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Cataracts/Galucoma/Hearing Loss

Blurred or cludy vision, abnormal color perception, glare, decline is gradual, and discolored pupil are all clinical findings of what? Cataracts
How would you diagnose cataracts? Snellen Chart, Opthalmascopy
separation of sensory retina and underlying pigment epithlium, with fluid accumulation bwtn the two. Retinal Detachment
Floating spots, veil-like coating, flashes of light, no pain, and loss of vision are all associated with ? Retinal Detachment
Group of disorders characterized by optic nerve damage involving IOP, optic nerve atrophy, and peripheral vision loss. Glaucoma
normal eye pressure is? 10-21 mmHg
Higher eye pressure means? Higher risk for glaucoma
Visual Acuity, Visual fields, and Tonometry (checks pressure), snellen chart all are used to diagnose what? Glaucoma
Halos, difficulty adjusting to light, and headache are all findings of what? Glaucoma
Decreased outflow of aqueous humor, clogged trabecular network. Tunnel vision gradually develops slowly. POAG primary open angle glaucoma
decreased outflow, outflow channels are blocked by lens bulging or pupil dilation, acute (emergency) sudden pain, n & v, colored halos, blurry, redness. Caused by systemic drugs, trauma, injury. or can be chronic PACG primary angle closure glaucoma
Is there a cure for glaucoma? Nope
1) Test compares air and bone conduction hearing. 2) Strike a 512 Hz tuning fork softly. 3) Place the vibrating tuning fork on the base of the mastoid bone Rinnes Test
test diff conductive hearing impairmt. Tuning fork applied to 1 of several points midline forehead;if sound's heard better in imp ear, middle ear cause;if sound's heard better normal ear,hearing imp caused by diseased sensorineural Weber's Test
Created by: rebecca6890