Professional Institute of Medical Excellence, gives an excellent opportunity to have a strong grip on all clinical subjects the knowledge of which will make you a complete doctor. Having a complete understanding of each of these subjects is a pre-requisite for preparation of...
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|Total Databank Questions
|Questions per test
||50 Questions / Test
||NEET-PG, AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, USMLE, PLAB (MRCP), FMGE
|Explanations for MCQ's
about the pack
Professional Institute of Medical Excellence, gives an excellent opportunity to have a strong grip on all clinical subjects the knowledge of which will make you a complete doctor. Having a complete understanding of each of these subjects is a pre-requisite for preparation of any competitive examination such as NEET-PG, FMGE, AIIMS, USMLE etc.. Excellent grip on these subjects can help you cut the ice. PIME helps analyzing your learnt knowledge on the subject and helps lay a wonderful platform for your medical knowledge understanding and career in the long run, the importance of which can only be realised at a later stage.
Every time a mock test is taken a set of 50 questions will be displayed on the screen. The questions are selected intelligently by the system so that there is minimum repetition and the doctor sees questions which he/she has not attempted / wrongly attempted before. As we have a huge database (continuously growing) the possibility of repeat questions is minimum.
Truly a receptor- organ, eye understanding had been so slow to develop because for a long time the lens was perceived to be the seat of vision, not a tool of vision. The establishment of the first dedicated ophthalmic hospital in 1805 - now called Moorefield’s Eye Hospital in London, England was a transforming event in modern ophthalmology. Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine which deals with the diseases of the eye and their medical and or surgical treatment. Its learning and practices require the basic fundamentals of complex physics, anatomy, physiology, neurology, electro-physiology and jurisprudence. The data acquisition by this small organ is vast, accurate and amazingly fast; though totally dependent on LIGHT and forms the basis of ‘evidence’, ‘survival’ and the ‘intricacies of the human mind’ – conflicts! Medically not only is the eye the most important organ in the body (of course!), but many common systemic diseases show ocular involvement. In fact, some conditions, like diabetes, may be first detected with the eye exam.
The knowledge gained during the undergraduate curriculum will allow the students to take an appropriate ophthalmic history and perform an accurate primary care ophthalmic examination – such as pupils, strabismus and amblyopia, diplopia, eye redness, acute or chronic vision loss. Medical graduates develop skills in diagnosing and managing patients with general eye problems; obtain exposure to minor surgery techniques. Quick eye examinations include vision, pupil, pressure, extra-ocular movements and confrontational fields. It’s important to check these signs prior to dilation as dilating drops will affect these measurements; before having a good look on macula, disk, blood vessels and periphery of the retina..
- 4200+ multiple choice questions with single best answer or those with many correct or false options with case studies are presented along with explanation. This is an important field as in its natural aging a person has to have assistance of optometrist, ophthalmologist or neurologist.
- This subject presents about 3 to 8 % of MCQs in different types of PG entrance programs
- Like in other fields of medicine vast development has occurred in ophthalmology. The medical ethics and medico legal science has implication to play in this specialty.
- The topics covered include History Taking and Principals of Eye examination, Red Eye , Refractory Errors, Eye Lid, Orbital and Lacrimal Disorders, Injuries to Eye , Acute Visual Disturbances, Gradual visual Deficit, Partial Vision Loss and Blindness, Cataracts, Glaucoma , Macular Degenerations, Squint – Strabismus, General Medical Disorders and Eye, The Eye and Nervous System, Neuro-Ophthalmology and Pediatric Ophthalmology.