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ophthalmic test rev

ophthalmic test review

what is performed to treat intraoccular disorders such as retinal blastoma enucleation
vitreous humour is normally clear and gel like
treachvectomy is used to treat glaucoma
the ophthatic operating microscope should be cleaned w/a damp cloth or lens paper true
pediatric ophthalmic surgery is always done under general anthesia true
in ophthamlic surgery, an increase in anxiety in the pt may cause hemorrhage
goal of ophthalmic procedures is to provide a good comestic effect true
orbital decompression is commonly indicated for grave's disease
entropion is the abnormal inversion of lower lid
in preparation for the entropion procedure what should the st have ready chalazion clamp
ophthamic muscle surgery is performed to correct a deveation of the eye is caused by strabismus
procedure to create a permanent opening in the tear duct for drainage of tears dacryocystorhinoostomy
tissue that refracts light rays as it enters the eye cornea
if the pt. arms are tucked improperly, what can be damaged nerve & tissue
in ophthalmic surgery, the scrub passes instruments to the surgeon like a pencil
solution most commonly used to irrigate the eye BSS
ophthalmic postoperative infection can lead to permanent blindness
pigmented,contrile membrane, mostly muscle tissue iris
large posterior cavity of eyeball is filled w/gel like substance vitreous humor
fluid-filled space between the back of the eye and the FRONT of the lens posterior chamber
removal of the eyeball enucleation
condition in which the crystille lens becomes opaque & a loss of vision occurs cataract
common technique to repair a retinal detachment is to produce " " between the detachment layers adhesions
operation performed w/the sensory layer of retina & pigment become seperated sclera buckling
healon is viscoelastice
complication during a dxenteration may be a puncture of the bony orbit where CSF leak may occur
evisceration is contraindicated in malgnancy of blind painful eye ciliary nerves are left in tact
most common cause of hemorrhage
clear watery fluid that fills the anterior/posterior in the FRONT of the eye aqueous humor
who is responsible to determine the correct operative site on the pt entire surgical team
when should the scrub check the instruments for correct function before the beginning of the surgery
who is responsible to maintain irrigation over the eye during surgery ST
abnormal sagging of the lower lid away from the eye ectropion
most common sign of abnormality of the lacrimal system is constant tearing
following a cataract extraction what is performed anterior vitrectomy
an intervitrus gas injection to create pressure on the retina is sulphur hexa flouride
surgical removal of the eyeball after the muscles & optic nerve are severed (c) enuclation
surgical removal of the eye w/the sclera left intact (b) evisceration
#39 (c) enuclation
removal of the entire contents of the orbit (a) exenteration
Created by: clmcnees