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1

CSCR

Usually self resolving but laser therapy is an option. Stress reduction is needed.

FU: 1 month (6 to 8 months based on Wills Eye)

2

Based on findings of PPA and Lattice degeneration, what would you expect the refractive status of the pt be?

Myopia

3

What CN innervates the lower lid?

CN 7

4

The AREDS study established the importance of vitamin supplementation to prevent the conversion of ______ to _______?

Moderate ARMD to Severe ARMD

5

The measure of the total number of cases of disease within a population is referred to as?

Prevalence

6

Which CN is most commonly associated with vasculopathic etiology?

CN 6

7

What are the 3 best ways to distinguish between longstanding vs recently acquired deviations?

1. CT in 9 fields of gaze
2. MRI
3. Vertical Vergence ranges

8

FU for BRVO?

1 month (1 to 2 months for the first 4 months and then every 3 to 12 months)

9

What condition is a common side effect of a Vitrectomy in 1 to 2 years?

Cataracts

10

Chemical Burn

Scopolamine 0.25%

Daily, then every 2 days

11

Corneal Abrasion

Erythromycin or Polytrim or FLQ q2h to q4h

Bandage CTL- 24 hours, then 2 to 3 days fr a large abrasion

CTL wearer - 2 to 5 days

12

Foriegn Body

Alger Brush and AB

1 day

13

Traumatic Iritis

Cyclopentolate 0.25%

5 to 7 days

14

Hyphema

Bed Rest

Daily

15

Blowout Fracture

Oral AB - Cephelexin 250 to 500mg QID

1 to 2 weeks

16

Commotio Retinae

None

1 to 2 weeks

17

Recurrent Corneal Erosion

NaFl - Negative staining
Cyclopentolate 1% then AT's

1 to 2 days and then 1 to 3 months

18

Pterygium/Pinguecula

Sunglasses

1 to 2 years

19

Band Keratopathy

Mild: ATs
Moderate to Severe: EDTA

1 to 2 days, otherwise 3 to 12 months

20

Bacterial Keratitis

Scopolamine 0.25% - prevent PAS
AB - FLQ

Daily

21

Fungal Keratitis

Natamycin or Amphoteracin B

Daily

22

Acanthamoeba Keratitis

PHNB or Chlorhexidine

1 to 4 days

23

HSV

Viroptic 5 times

2 to 7 days

24

HZV

A:800 mg x 5x
F:500 mg x 3x
V:1000 mg 3x

1 to 7 days

25

IK

Steriod and Cyclo

3 to 7 days, 2 to 4 weeks

26

Phlyctenulosis

Steroid and antibiotic combo

Several days and healing 7 to 14 days

27

FUCH Endothelial Dystrophy

Muro 128

3 to 12 months

28

Viral Conjunctivitis

Self limiting: ATs

Gets worse 4 to 7 days and then resolve in 2 to 3 weeks

29

Vernal KC

Lodoxamide or Permirloast

1 to 3 days

30

Bacterial Conj

Polytrim or FLQ

2 to 3 days