Q.1: “Pie in the floor” field defects are seen in:

Options:
A) Optic tract lesions
B) Lateral geniculate lesions
C) Temporal lobe lesions
D) Parietal lobe lesions
Q.2: A patient with ipsilateral third nerve damage with contralateral superior rectus palsy and bilateral ptosis. The above findings are seen in :

Options:
A) Lesions of the peripheral part of the third nerve (Intracavernous part)
B) Multiple site of injury to the third nerve
C) Oculomotor nuclear complex
D) Ipsilateral nerve involvement with involvement of the fibers supplying the superior rectus of the opposite nerve
Q.3: Bielschowsky head tilt test is done for testing :

Options:
A) Paralysis of third nerve
B) Paralysis of fourth nerve
C) Paralysis of fifth nerve
D) Paralysis of sixth nerve
Q.4: Site of lesion for internuclear ophthalmoplegia is :

Options:
A) Lateral longitudinal bundle
B) Medial longitudinal bundle
C) Cerebral peduncle
D) Red nucleus
Q.5: Argyll Robertson pupils include all of the following features except?

Options:
A) Light near dissociation
B) Bilateral asymmetrical pupillary involvement
C) Large pupil
D) Irregular pupil
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