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1. Which of the following is TRUE regarding intermittent exotropia [XCT)]?
A. Amblyopia does not usually occur.
B. X(T) is usually associated with neu redevelop mental abnormality.
C. Monocular eye closure occurs to prevent diplopia.
D. X(T) is associated with prematurity.
2. The age-adjusted incidence of X(T) is:
A. 50.9/100,000 patients younger than 19 years.
B. 60.9/1 00,000 patients younger than 1 9 years.
C. 64. 1/1 00,000 patients younger than 19 years.
D. 75.5/100,000 patients younger than 19 years.
3. Regarding the epidemiology of strabismus:
A. Exotropia is more common in white populations.
B. X(T) is more common in girls.
C. Esotropia is twice as common as exotropia in Asian populations.
D. X(T) has a prevalence of 0.5% in children younger than 1 1 years.
4. X(T) is associated with:
C. Poor binocular vision.
5. The angle of deviation in X(T):
A. Is greater for near fixation.
B. May be increased for near fixation following occlusion.
C. Is always greater for distance fixation.
D. Does not vary over time.
6. The differential diagnosis of X(T) does not include:
A. Infantile esotropia.
B. Decompensated exophoria.
C. Sensory exotropia.
D. Consecutive exotropia.
7. The natural history of X(T):
A. Is always one of progression.
B. Is well described.
C. Can be determined from rates of surgery.
D. Can lead to irretrievable loss of binocular vision.
8. Regarding distance stereoacuity:
A. The Binocular Visual Acuity Test (B-VAT) is a free space test.
B. Distance stereoacuity may improve following surgery for X(T).
C. The B-VAT is easy to perform in young children.
D. Stereo test values are normally distributed.
9. Regarding control of X(T):
A. Control is stable over time.
B. Realignment after a cover test may be influenced by fatigue.
C. Control is not used to guide surgical decision making.
D. Control cannot be quantified.
10. Surgery for X(T):
A. May be complicated by the development of amblyopia in children older than 7 years.
B. May cause diplopia.
C. Is rarely performed.
D. Is never associated with late recurrence.