Opthalmic Test

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Opthalmic Test
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2014-09-04 22:56:16
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  1. The corner of the eye is called the
    canthus
  2. A radial keratotomy is done to correct _____
    Myopia
  3. Myopia is a light ___ deformity which can be managed surgically by altering the shape of the _____
    Refraction; Cornea
  4. Which is an intraocular procedure?
    A) Blepharoplasty
    B) Dacryocystorhinostomy
    C) Iridectomy
    D) Enucleation
    C) Iridectomy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. A cyst or tumor of the meibomian (sebaceous) gland of the eyelid is a ____

    A) Pterygium
    B) Cataract
    C) Chalazion
    D) Dacryocyst
    C) Chalazion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Which procedures would require draping out both eyes?

    A) Scleral buckling for retinal detachment
    B) Cataract extraction
    C) Recession/resection
    D) Iridectomy
    C) Recession/Resection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Procedure removing all orbital contents

    A) Enucleation
    B) Evisceration
    C) Vitrectomy
    D) Exenteration
    D) Exenteration
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. ECCE with IOL, OD

    A) correction of strabismus of both eyes
    B) removal of rt eye w/prosthesis replacement
    C) removal of cataract w/ lens implant in rt eye
    D) corneal replacement of lft eye
    C) Removal of cataract w/ lens implant in rt eye
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Drapes will be used in what order?
    Head drape; split sheet; Plastic eye sheet
  10. Cyclogyl gtts ii OS q 5 min times 3 means

    A) 2 cc put in rt eye 5x at 3 min intervals
    B) 2 drops in lft eye 3x at 5 min intervals
    C) 11 drops of med were put in pts lft eye 5x 3 min apart
    D) 2 drops in both eyes 3x at 5 min intervals
    B) 2 drops in lft eye 3x at 5 min intervals
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Medication which can be added to local anesthetic to increase absorption and dispersion/spreading is:
    A) Alpha-chymotrypsin (Chymar)
    B) Sodium hyaluronate (Healon)
    C) Hyaluronidase (Wydase)
    D) Epinephrine (Adrenalin)
    C) Hyaluronidase (wydase)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. All of the following are potential complications during intraocular surgery except
    A) Hemorrhage
    B) Loss of vitreous
    C) Systemic reaction to drugs
    D) Glaucoma
    D) Glaucoma
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Which would be used to constrict the pupil?
    A) Methylprednisolone (Depo-medrol) 
    B) Acetylcholin (Miochol)
    C) Tetracaine hydrochloride (Pontocaine)
    D) Tropicamide (Mydriacyl)
    B) Acetylcholine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. Astigmatism is ____
    Defect in curvature of cornea or lens
  15. Procedure of choice for retinal detachment is
    Scleral Buckling
  16. Purpose for performing a dacrocystorhinostomy is to
    A) Create opening into maxillary sinus
    B) Create opening for tear flow from eye
    C) Correct an entropion
    D) Correct defect in tarsal plate of eyelid
    B) Create opening for tear flow from eye.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Term used to describe eye's ability to adapt for near and far vision is _____
    Accommodation
  18. Space bt lens and the iris/pupil is _____
    Posterior chamber
  19. Dilating drops are called ____
    Mydriatics
  20. IOP is measured with a _______
    Tonometer
  21. Sagging and eversion of lower lid is ____
    Ectropion
  22. Removal of the entire globe is _____
    Enucleation
  23. Removal of a portion of an ocular muscle with reattachment is called ____
    Resection
  24. Removal of a fleshy encroachment on the cornea.
    Pterygium
  25. Esotropia is 
    A) Convergent strabismus
    B) divergent strabismus
    C) defect in curvature of cornea or lens
    D) Hypertrophy and loss of elasticity of skin of upper eyelid
    A) Convergent Strabismus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Plastic cover used to protect cornea during surgery is ____
    Scleral Shield
  27. Operative microscope in surgery often uses which objective lens distance?
    175mm
  28. When suturing the cornea following an IO procedure, which material would most commonly be used?
    A) 7-0 polyglycolic acid
    B) 10-0 Chromic guy
    C) 10-0 nylon
    D) 7-0 nylon
    C) 10-0 Nylon
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Which laser is not used for eye surgery?
    CO2 laser
  30. Meds used in opthalmic surgery require all of the following considerations except___
    A) they are required to be extremely pure
    B) eye meds are extremely potent and generally come in low concentrations
    C) should be labeled "for opthalmic use"
    D) meds used during eye procedure are usually colored to prevent med errors
    D) Meds used during eye surgery are usually clear.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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