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PRIMARY ANGLE CLOSURE GLAUCOMA: DR. NITA SHANBHAG DR. SUJIT
LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS What is etiology of PACG, mechanism of rise in IOP in PACG with diagrams ?
What is acute angle-closure glaucoma, its clinical features and its management ?
SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONSWhat are different grading systems of angle width ?
What is filtration surgery, and its principle?
What are differential diagnosis of acute red eye & how to differentiate it ?
Medical management of PACG ?
What is diurnal variation test and its importance ?
MCQ’S Normal diurnal variation of IOP is..0-2mmHg 2-3mmHg 3-6mmHg 6-8mmHg Normal aqueous production rate is about…. 2 l/min 2.3 l/min 3-6 l/min 6-8 l/min
Principle of gonioscopy is… Specular reflection Total internal reflection Doubling of image All structures form angle of anterior chamber except…. Scleral spur Schwalbe’s line Trabecular meshwork Schlemm’s canal
The most reliable provocative test for angle closure glaucoma is…. Homatropine-mydriatic test Mydriatic-miotic test Water drinking test Dark room test First sign in POAG is Arcuate scotoma Extension above blind spot Roene’s nasal step Siedel’s scotoma
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