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Author(s): Richard E. Draper
 
 
No. of items: 768
Rating: 3.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Dec 27, 2003
 
 
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 Description
 
"Ophthalmology" is a collection of review questions about ophthalmologic topics gleaned from preparation for the written and oral certification boards in emergency medicine. Numerous sources were utilized and included textbooks, journal articles, lectures, review courses, tapes, and CDs. The information in this collection will afford the candidate what he needs to know about Ophthalmology to successfully complete this area of these demanding examinations.
 
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Q: [...] is controlled by parasympathetic fibers from CNIII.
A: Pupillary constriction

Q: Where are the canals of Schlemm?
A: Anterior to the iris in the angle of the anterior chamber

Q: Posterior synechiae = [...]
A: adhesions in iritis

Q: bitemporal hemianopsia > [...]
A: interruption of nerve that cross the optic chiasm

Q: [...] > lesion in the optic pole
A: homonymous hemianopsia in the area of the macular retinae

Q: segmental temporal hemianopsia > [...]
A: focal lesion high in the midline of the optic tract

Q: Causes of acute angle closure glaucoma: [...]
A: increased pressure within the eye caused by obstruction of the outflow of aqueous humor

Q: focal lesion high in the midline of the optic tract
A: sudden, painless monocular loss of vision

Q: Tonic pupil = [...] pupil
A: Adie's

Q: Dacroadenitis is inflammation of the [...]
A: lacrimal gland

 
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