5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Painless, rounded, slow-growing lid mass that may wax and wane
- S-shaped upper lid, ptosis and preauricular lymphadenopathy
- Pain, lid swelling, chemosis, fever and leukocytosis
- madarosis (lost), trichiasis (misdirected) or poliosis (lose color)
- a Staphylococcal marginal blepharitis: what can happen with eye lashes?
- b Ophthalmic findings include uveitis, eyelid nodules, keratoconjunctivitis sicca, chorioretinitis, lacrimal gland enlargement, conjunctival nodules & rarely, deep orbital dz
- c Acute orbital cellulitis: how does preseptal present?
- d Presentation of chalazion
- e What do you see with dacroadenitis?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Acute orbital cellulitis: what does preseptal involve?
- due to obstruction of nasolacrimal duct; middle age adults: female>male (3:1); acute or chronic lacrimal sac swelling, irritation & tearing
- What organisms can cause dacrocystitis?
- Usually due to extension of bacterial sinusitis; Threatens vision & life
- Presentation of seborrheic marginal blepharitis
5 True/False Questions
tissue of orbit and posterior to septum → Acute orbital cellulitis: what does postseptal involve?
chronic blepharitis and meibomianitis → Demodex follicularum (hair follicle mite) and
Demodex brevis (sebaceous gland mite) may infect pilosebaceous unit of lid & cause...
Marginal blepharitis → Associated w/ seborrhea of scalp, nasolabial folds, brow, retroauricular area & sternum
incision and gentle curettage → Tx of Molluscum contagiosus
IV ATBs and hospitalize with consultation (ears, nose and throat) → Acute orbital cellulitis: what does postseptal involve?