Ophthalmology MCQs

Ophthalmology MCQs

Try to answer these Ophthalmology MCQs and check your understanding of the Ophthalmology subject. Scroll down and let's begin!

1: A cornea with surface irregularities, such as asymmetry or uneven thickness, causes _____.

A.   Presbyopia

B.   Hyperopia

C.   Myopia

D.   Astigmatism

2: Presbyopia is the condition of changes in the eyes that occur with __________.

A.   Aging

B.   Orbitotomy

C.   Retinopexy

D.   Entropion

3: Ototoxicity caused by drugs or chemicals affects the _____ cranial nerve.

A.   Presbyopia

B.   Conjunctivitis

C.   Eighth

D.   Glaucoma

4: The cochlea, semicircular canals, and vestibular sacs make up the _____ ear.

A.   Pitch

B.   Fibers

C.   Inner

D.   None of these

5: Most cases of astigmatism can be treated with _____.

A.   Corrective eyeglasses or contacts

B.   Fluorescein angiography

C.   Injection of gas or fluid into the eye

D.   Hemorrhage stemming using laser surgery

6: The etiology of a stye is an infection with _____.

A.   Cytomegalovirus

B.   Herpes simplex

C.   Staphylococcus bacteria

D.   Toxoplasma

7: It is important to not dilate the eye if ____ is suspected

A.   Cataract

B.   Macular degeneration

C.   Acute closed-angle glaucoma

D.   Chronic open-angle glaucoma

8: A red, painful swelling or a pimple containing pus on the eyelid is known as ________.

A.   Lacrimal sac

B.   Near vision

C.   A hordeolum

D.   Degeneration

9: The jaeger chart is used to test for ____.

A.   Hyperopia.

B.   Myopia.

C.   Color blindness.

D.   Contrast sensitivity.

E.   Amblyopia.

10: Complete removal of thyroid gland with radical dissection due to thyroid cancer. report code _____.

A.   60220

B.   60240

C.   60252

D.   60254