Q.1: Preretinal (Retrohyaloid) haemorrhage assumes which shape?
Options:
A) Triangular shape
B) Rhomboid shape
C) Boat shape
D) Tent shape
Q.2: Most common etiology of CRAO in elderly patients is:
Options:
A) Vaso-obliteration
B) Embolization
C) Raised intraocular pressure
D) Vasodilation
Q.3: Cherry red spot is present in all the following conditions except:
Options:
A) CRAO
B) Sandhoff’s disease
C) Tay-Sachs disease
D) Wegner’s granulomatosis
Q.4: Purtscher’s retinopathy is seen in:
Options:
A) Chest hematoma
B) Head injury
C) Diabetes mellitus
D) Ocular hematoma
Q.5: Enlarging dot sign in fundus is seen on fluorescein angiography in:
Options:
A) Cystoid macular edema
B) Central serous retinopathy
C) Significant macular edema
D) Coat’s disease
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