Ophthalmology

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melmoon
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151527
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Ophthalmology
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2012-05-01 18:30:43
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Surgical Specialities & Procedures-Ophthalmology
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  1. The most common cause of retinal detachment is:
    Trauma
  2. A fleshy encroachment of conjunctiva onto the cornea is a/an:
    Pterygium
  3. Blockage of the canal of Schlemm will cause:
    Glaucoma
  4. An uneven curvature of the cornea is known as:
    Astigmatism
  5. The procedure of choice for a detached retina is:
    Scleral buckling
  6. Removal of an entire eyeball is called:
    Enucleation
  7. The inability to direct both eyes at the same object is called:
    Strabismus
  8. A type of cataract extraction in which the lens & its capsule are removed is:
    Intracapsular
  9. Which instrument would NOT be used during a vitrectomy?
    Trephine
  10. Which of the following is NOT a procedure for treatment of glaucoma?
    Vitrectomy
  11. Intraocular pressure is measured with the use of a/an:
    Tonometer
  12. Which instrument would be used during a keratoplasty?
    Cottingham punch
  13. The procedure performed to improve the vision of patients with myopia is:
    Radial keratotomy
  14. A condition that causes the sudden onset of the appearance of floating spots before the eye is:
    Retinal detachment
  15. Which instrument is used to make the corneal cut during a keratoplasty?
    Corneal trephine
  16. Which method used ultrasonic energy to fragment the lens?
    Phacoemulsification
  17. Which laser is best used during a vitrectomy?
    Argon
  18. Which drug is a miotic?
    Atropine
  19. Which instrument would be used during a dacryocystohinostomy?
    Oscillating saw
  20. Which muscle is involved in resection for strabismus correction?
    Lateral rectus

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