5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- cavernous sinus thrombosis
- incision and gentle curettage
- Seborrheic marginal blepharitis
- tissue of orbit and posterior to septum
- external hordeola
- a Acute orbital cellulitis: what may postseptal progress to?
- b Acute orbital cellulitis: what does postseptal involve?
- c Tx of Molluscum contagiosus
- d purulent inflammations of lash follicles & adjacent glands
- e Associated w/ seborrhea of scalp, nasolabial folds, brow, retroauricular area & sternum
5 Multiple choice questions
- involve meibomian glands (found inside lid)
- Acute orbital cellulitis: tx for postseptal
- Classic description of Molluscum contagiosus
- Most common cause of uni- or bilateral proptosis
- Usually due to extension of bacterial sinusitis; Threatens vision & life
5 True/False questions
madarosis (lost), trichiasis (misdirected) or poliosis (lose color) → Acute orbital cellulitis: what does postseptal involve?
Sarcoidosis → Ophthalmic findings include uveitis, eyelid nodules, keratoconjunctivitis sicca, chorioretinitis, lacrimal gland enlargement, conjunctival nodules & rarely, deep orbital dz
Painless, rounded, slow-growing lid mass that may wax and wane → Both internal and external hordeola can cause...
entropion, ectropion, thickening or notching of lid margins → Staphylococcal marginal blepharitis:- lid deformity may cause...
prednisone → lipogranulomatous inflammation of a sebaceous gland of eyelid 2° duct obstruction; Often associated w/ rosacea or seborrhea