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Staged treatment for a patient with severe TED is best done in which order?

A. Decompression, strabismus, lid repair

B. Strabismus, decompression, lid repair

C. Lid repair, decompression, strabismus

D. Decompression, lid repair, strabismus

A. Decompression, strabismus, lid repair.

Which of the following is the most common epithelial eyelid tumor?

A. Basal cell carcinoma

B. Squamous cell carcinoma

C. Sebaceous cell carcinoma

D. Melanoma

A. Basal cell carcinoma.

Which of the following signs is most likely to be present in a patient with TED?

A. Exophthalmos

B. Extraocular dysmotility

C. Eyelid retraction

D. Optic neuropathy

C. Eyelid retraction.

All the following tumors have a significant risk of metastasis except:

A. Squamous cell carcinoma

B. Basal cell carcinoma

C. Sebaceous cell carcinoma

D. Merkel cell carcinoma

B. Basal cell carcinoma.

Neurofibromatosis I is associated with all the following except:

A. Café au lait spots

B. Plexiform neurofibromas

C. Optic nerve glioma

D. Adenoma sebaceum

D. Adenoma sebaceum is associated with tuberous sclerosis and not with neurofibromatosis I.

Cicatricial ectropion is generally associated with:

A. Trichiasis

B. Anterior lamellar shortening

C. Blepharospasm

D. Symblepharon

B. Anterior lamellar shortening. All the other options will cause entropion.

Which of the following syndromes is associated with glaucoma

A. Tuberous sclerosis

B. CHANDS syndrome

C. Sturge-Weber syndrome

D. Albinism


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