NIOS Conference 2016
Glaucoma: an Optometrists viewpoint – Sunday Lecture 1 (9th Oct)
Which one of the following statements is correct?
- A thin cornea is defined as <555 microns
- A thick cornea is defined as > 580 microns
- A thin cornea is defined as <600 microns
- Normal corneal thickness is between 550-600 microns
Which of the following are not risk factors for glaucoma?
- Relevant Family History
- Raised IOP
- Daily contact lens wear
- Increasing age
Which of the following visual field defects are not associated with glaucoma?
- Nasal step
- Paracentral defect
- Arcuate lesions
- Homonymous hemianopia
Taming the Scary Orbit – Sunday Lecture 2 (9th Oct)
Which of these conditions would not be classified as Acute onset lesions?
- Acute infection
- Acute arterio-venus shunt
- Adult metastases
The surgical technique of “Upper lid skin-crease incision” is suitable for which of the following conditions
- Massive intraconal lymphangioma
- Large floor fracture
- Decompression of the orbit
- Medial orbital dermoid
Which surgical technique is best for decompression
- “Low” variant swinging flap
- “High” lower lid swinging flap
- Lateral orbitotomy incisions
- Trans-conjunctival medial orbitotomy
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