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They Eye

orbit encases the eye, aka orbital margin or periorbital region. encases muscle attachment
snellen Chart eye vision chart 20(distance)/20 (smallest line seen)
myopia nearsightedness,pointy eyeball, rays focus in front of the retina
hyperopia farsightedness, big round eyeball, rays focus behind the retina
hard objects larger than orbit, transmit force to the eye's surrounding bony regions. can cause swelling and lacerations of the eyebrow
elastic objects small, transmit force to the globe(eyeball)
orbital hematoma "black eye" rupture of superficial blood vessels surrounding the orbit
stye bacterial infection of a sebaceous gland
hyphema blood between anterior chamber between the cornea and pupil. ruptured vessels that supply blood to the iris
subconjuctival Hematoma leakage of blood from superficial blood vessels
anisocoria unequal pupils, either congenital or secondary to brain trauma
"tear drop" pupil sign of corneal laceration or ruptured globe
P.E.A.R.L Pupils Equal And Responsive to Light
diplopia Double vision
presbyopia loss of near vision due to secondary againg
eye motility range of motion of the eye testing
weakest point of the orbit the floor, due to blunt force trauma, will have an inferior displacement of the eye
corneal abrasion definitive diagnosis requires flourecien strips and cobalt blue light
Iritis swelling, involved pupil may be constricted, photo-phobia, sluggish pupillary response to light
detached retina interruption of signal b/w retina and choroid, cause: jarring of head or sneezing. surgical repair. signs/symptoms: flash of lights, curtain vision, halos around objects, blind spots.
conjunctivitis: Viral pink eye, clear discharge, starts off in one eye and then to the next
Conjunctivitis: Bacterial yellowing greenish discharge in one eye only
opthalmologist specialized in injury and disease and abnormalities of the eye
ruptured globe most severe injury, signs: black dots on sclera, partial/total loss of vision, hyphema, patch both eyes and go
Created by: jessica_05_29