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  1-Cornea in cross section consists of: a) 7 Layers b) 4 Layers c) 5 Layers d) 6 Layers e) 3 Layers 2- Type of pain in corneal ulcer is: f) Dull aching. g) Stitching. h) Itching. i) Burning. j) Bursting. 3- Fungal Keratitis should be considered when there is: a) Plant origin trauma. b) Dry eye syndrome. c) Rise of IOP. d) Chemical injury. e) Contact lens scar 4-Dense scar of cornea with incarceration of iris is known as: a) Leucoma adherent. b) Dense leucoma. c) Ciliary staphyloma. d) Iris bombe. e) Descemetocele 5-Descemetocele formation is uncommon with: a-Gonococci.

b-Pneumococci.

c-Streptococci. 6- Cornea is supplied by nerve fibers derived from: a) Trochlear nerve. b) Optic nerve. c) Nasociliary nerve. d) Frontal nerve. e) Facial nerve. 7- Double Staining (Fluorescein and Rose Bengal) is used to diagnose: a) Traumatic corneal ulcer. b) Dendritic Ulcer. c) Hypopyon Ulcer. d) Mooren’s ulcer. e) Exposure keratitis 8-Topical steroids are contraindicated in a case of bacteria corneal ulcer for fear of: a) Secondary glaucoma. b) Cortical cataract. c) Corneal perforation. d) Secondary viral infection. e) Decreased corneal sensation. 9- The sure diagnostic sign of corneal ulcer: a) Ciliary injection. b) Blepharospasm. c) Miosis. d) Positive fluorescein test. e) Ciliary injection. 10- The effective treatment of dendritic ulcer of the cornea is: a) Surface anesthesia b) Local corticosteroids c) Systemic corticosteroids

d) Acyclovir ointment 

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1-C

2-G

3-A

4-A

5-B

6-C

7-B

8-C

9-D

10-D

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