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Retinal Urgencies, Emergencies & More!
1. If endophthalmitis after cataract surgery is suspected, how soon should the patient be referred to a retina specialist?
A. The next day
B. Within 1 week
C. Same day
D. Within 1 month
2. What is the estimated risk of endophthalmitis following cataract surgery?
A. 1 in 100
B. 1 in 1,000
C. 1 in 10,000
D. 1 in 100,000
3. When a patient is evaluated for suspected Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus, a dilated funduscopic exam should be performed.
4. Approximately what percentage of patients with acute retinal necrosis will develop a retinal detachment?
5. What percentage of patients with ocular ischemic syndrome present with amaurosis fugax?
6. What is the mortality rate of patients with ocular ischemic syndrome?
A. 10% in 5 years
B. 20% in 5 years
C. 40% in 5 years
D. 60% in 5 years
7. For patients who recently underwent retinal detachment repair with a gas bubble, what post-operative restrictions apply?
A. Avoid watching television
B. Avoid reading
C. No air travel or ascending to high altitudes
8. Which of the following is an ocular manifestation of ocular syphilis?
A. Posterior uveitis
C. Optic neuropathy
D. All of the above
9. Which of the following is an important reversible cause of blindness in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage?
A. Exudative Age-Related Macular Degeneration
B. Ocular Ischemic syndrome
C. Terson Syndrome
D. Retinal Detachment
10. In an infant presenting with vitreous hemorrhage, what is the most important diagnosis to rule out?
A. Diabetic Retinopathy
B. Non-accidental trauma
C. Coat’s Disease
D. Familial exudative vitreoretinopathy (FEVR)
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