* 1. Name and/or Badge ID Number:

D. Siganos
Patient selection

* 2. Following MYOPIC LASIK, which is true?

* 3. Accurate tonometry readings following LASIK can be obtained by:

G. Kymionis
Lasers in refractive surgery

* 4. The depth of ablation for an excimer laser is related with the?

* 5. In excimer laser ablation of the cornea, the thermal stress depends on:

R. Bellucci
LASIK: surgical technique

* 6. The diameter of the flap is affected by:

* 7. After the cut, the flap is “taco” folded for:

D. Touboul
Intracorneal ring segments for ectatic disease

* 8. The best candidate for intracorneal ring implantation for keratoconus is:

* 9. In intracorneal ring surgery: (may be multiple answers)

M. Morral
Overview of microkeratomes

* 10. Use of the Femtosecond laser will create a more exact outcome of the refractive correction than a linear Microkeratome

* 11. There are almost no complications seen when using the Femtosecond laser to create the flap

C. Roberts
Corneal topography

* 12. When trying to correlate changes in refraction and changes in topography, which map would be the most helpful:

* 13. Small details such as central islands, mild surface irregularities are best seen on:

* 14. Which is the most accurate reference for an elevation map:

T. Kohnen
Incisional and coagulative corneal procedures: principles, technique and results

* 15. On which principle does laser thermal keratoplasty work?

* 16. Incisional surgery using limbal relaxing incisions are used for correcting astigmatism up to:

D. Epstein
Results of corneal refractive surgery

* 17. For which of the following ranges of myopia can the best outcomes be expected in LASIK?

* 18. Based on published and clinical experience, one would anticipate the worst outcome when performing
hyperopic LASIK on an eye with the following preoperative refraction:

J. Hjortdal
Surface ablation techniques

* 19. Which of the following is not a risk factor for post surface ablation haze?

* 20. Which of the following patients is not an ideal candidate for surface ablation?

P. Rosen
Refractive lens exchange

* 21. When considering refractive lens exchange to correct presbyopia:

  True False
Should be avoided in emmetropes
Monovision should be considered
Can be used in almost every patient
Multifocal lens implants are most effective in high myopes
Multifocal lens implants are most effective in high hyperopes
A. Marinho
Overview of phakic IOLs

* 22. To implant a phakic IOL the minimal distance from the corneal endothelium to the anterior surface of the natural lens is:

* 23. A patient with the following refraction: +4.00 cyl +3.00 x90 may be implanted with:

O. Findl
Multifocal IOLs

* 24. Which one of the following is an optical phenomenon typical of multifocal IOLs?

* 25. In which of the patient groups below has multifocal IOL technology been used most commonly and successfully for presbyopic refractive lens exchange (PRELEX)?

T