By SIMON RUBEN' 'MONTAGUE RUBEN
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A )What is the diagnosis, and what is th e unde rlying d e fect ? (b )Name othe r s imila r conditions. 148 69 149 149 A patient was bo with bilateral Abduce~n nerve and right facial nerv~ paresis. What other con~ ditions should be conside~ red? 150 What eye tissue is affected by this inflammatory and/or immune response? 150 70 ------------------~--~----~~~~----~----~ 151 151 (a)What are the bands radiating from the disc? (b)With what conditions are they associated? 152 A patient who has had a vitrectomy.
169 169,170After thyroidectomy this patient developed cataract and corneal signs. Why? 170 171 (a)What is the diagnosis? (b )What is the underlying aetiology? 171 79 172 172 (a)What is the inferior area likely to be? (b )List some common causes. 173 In which corneal layer is the anomaly indicated by the arrow?
B )Is this condition congenital or acquired? (c)What treatment is advised? 109 52 110 1 0 Retro-illumination 0 what? 11 1 (Clues: (1) operations during infancy ; (2) patie nt is a 25-year-old man) . (a)What is the condition? (t )W hat is the pathology? 11 53 112 112 Long-standing history of contusion head injury (several months). (a)What does the illustration show? (only present unilaterally) . (b )Name the syndrome, and the essential signs and symptoms. (c)What are the anatomical vascular components?
Diagnostic Picture Tests in Ophthalmology by SIMON RUBEN' 'MONTAGUE RUBEN