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Identify the concentric layers of the eyeball that are the primary structures sclera, choroid, retina
A cloudy or opaque area in the normally clear lens of the eye is called cataract
what is the shape of a normal eyeball globular
What are the sensory receptive cells in retina rods and cones
Jellylike fluid behind the lens of the eyes aqueous humor
Cause of astigmatism cornea not being spherical
Primary symptoms of refractive errors blurred vision, eye fatigue
Most common type of nystagmus acquired
Bacteria that is the most common cause of styes staph
________________an inflammation of the thin, transparent membrane covering the white of the visable portion of the sclera adn lining of the inside of the eyelids conjunctivitis
Most common cause of cataracts getting older and drugs or alcohol
Disorder of retinal blood vessels that may develop in a person with diabetes diabetic retinopathy
Iris helps regulate the amount of what that enters the eye? light
Four main refractive errors from when the eye is unable to focus light effectively hyperopia, myopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia
What is strabismus failure of the eyes to look in the same direction at the same time from weakness in the nerves stimulating the muscles that control the position of the eye
what kind of infection causes conjunctivitis viral or bacterial
What is the best way to detect glaucoma periodic IOP measurement examinations
Symptoms of conjunctivitis redness, swelling, itching
What kind of glaucoma is most likely diagnosed Acute-angle glaucoma
What is a stye Inflammation of the sebeceous glands of the eyelid
Caused by degenrative changes in the retina; usually related to aging macular degeneration
What happens to the optic nerve with glaucoma enlarges and you lose peripheral vision
What is bacterial conjunctivitis best treated with topical antibiotics
What are some symptoms from glaucoma blurred vision, severe eye pain, headaches, redness, halos, nausea and vomiting
What is photophobia unusual sensitivity to light
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