IIIrd OFISA Quiz

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1. One of the important sign for confirming the diagnosis of brainstem anaesthesia following regional anaesthesia is:   

Hypotension
Bradycardia
Contralateral or bilateral amaurosis
Respiratory distress

2. The proposed mechanism for postoperative ptosis following needle blocks includes all the following except:   





3. Orbital muscle is a thin layer of smooth muscle that bridges:  

Superior orbital fissure
Inferior orbital fissure
Optic foramen
Supraorbital notch

4. Intraocular pressure measured during sleep compared to diurnal or awake is   

Lower
Remains same
Higher
Not related

5. Following are Parasympatholytic eye drops except  

Atropine
Phenylephrine
Tropicamide
Cyclopentolate

6. Brain stem herniation and Arnold Chiari I syndrome are characteristic feature of   

Stickler syndrome
Sturge-Weber syndrome
Crouzon syndrome
Lowe oculocerebrorenal syndrome

7. The important characteristic property owing to which Ropivacaine, a newer local anaesthetic agent, gaining popularity in ophthalmic regional anaesthesia now is due to:   

Has both enantiomers i.e. R (+) and S (-) in equimolar proportion
It is more potent than Bupivacaine
It is pure S (-) enantiomer of bupivacaine
Produces dense motor blockade

8. Under general anaesthesia, false negative force duction test can occur with   
A. Suxamethonium
Both a and b
Inhalational agent
9. Traditional Atkinsonís position of gaze is:   

Looking downwards and laterally
Looking upwards and laterally
Looking upwards and nasally
Looking downwards and medially

10. The method of achieving oribcularisakinesia by blocking the proximal facial nerve trunk is called   

Atkinson block
Van Lint Block
Nadbath block
Modified O’Brien block