NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: NSS513- Ophthalmology Nursing

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: NSS513- Ophthalmology Nursing

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Q1 ____ diaphragm divides the aqueous humour from the vitreous humour.

Hyalo id

Q2 This is the part of the retina in which high-resolution vision of fine detail is possible

Fovea

Q3 _____ is a small depression (approx. 1.5 mm in diameter) in the retina.

Fovea

Q4 The cornea contributes to the image-forming process by refracting light entering the eye.

Cornea

Q5 The front surface of the adult ___ has a radius of approximately 8mm

Cornea

Q6 ____ it replaces the sclera - that forms the outside surface of the rest of the eye

Cornea

Q7 ____is a jelly-like substance located in the anterior chamber of the eye.

Aqueous Humour

Q8 ___ is located behind the retina and absorbs unused radiation

Choroid

Q9 ______is a ring-shaped muscle attached to the iris

Ciliary M uscle

Q10 ____ is a strong clear bulge located at the front of the eye

Cornea

Q11 a pinkish, triangular-shaped tissue growth on the cornea is

ptery gium

Q12 the most common infectious cause of corneal blindness in the U.S is ---

ocular herpes

Q13 Lattice dystrophy gets its name from an accumulation of amyloid deposits

amyloid deposits

Q14 Allergy symptoms are --- and can be eliminated by not having contact with the offending cosmetic

temporary

Q15 the stroma is comprised of about -- percent of the cornea's thickness

90

Q16 Increase in the ocular tension is called --

glaucoma

Q17 new blood vessels that are abnormal and fragile are signs of ---

proliferative retinopathy

Q18 Diabetic retinopathy usually affects --

both eye s

Q19 behind the pupil is the most sensitive spot of the retina called --

yellow spot

Q20 a clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye is called ----

cataract




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Q21 An instrument measures the pressure inside the eye

Tonometry

Q22 This ___ measures how well you see at various distances.

Visual acui ty test

Q23 ____ are usually caused by sharp objects (knives, scissors, a projecting portion of the dashboard of an automobile, etc).

Lacerations

Q24 ___may occur as a result of penetrating trauma which causes a sudden increase in intraocular pressure, causing the wall of the eyeball to tear at one of the weaker points.

Rupture of the Eyeball

Q25 ___ of the eyeball and its surrounding tissues are commonly produced by traumatic contact with a blunt object.

Contusions

Q26 ___ gets its name from an accumulation of amyloid deposits, or abnormal protein fibers, throughout the middle and anterior stroma.

Keratoconus

Q27 may also cause swelling and a sight-impairing scarring of the tissue

Keratoconus

Q28 This disorder a progressive thinning of the cornea--is the most common corneal dystrophy

Keratoconus

Q29 ___ occurs when endothelial cells gradually deteriorate without any apparent reason.

Fuchs' D ystrophy

Q30 Causes of ___ include: injury to the eye

Cataract

Q31 Causes of ___ include: medical problems, such as diabetes

Cataract

Q32 Common symptoms of_____ include: double vision in one eye

Cataract

Q33 Common symptoms of_____ include: a painless blurring of vision

Cataract

Q34 It can be compared to a window that is frosted or yellowed.

Cataract

Q35 ____ is a clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye

Cataract

Q36 ___ is not a disease, but is actually a vision condition that is quite common.

Astigmatism

Q37 ___ occurs when the front surface of your eye (cornea) or the lens inside the eye is slightly irregular in shape, resulting in vision being blurred at all distances.

Astigmatism

Q38 It is sometimes called "lazy eye."

Amblyop ic

Q39 ___ is poor vision in an eye that did not develop normal sight during early childhood.

Amblyop ic

Q40 _____ is a common ailment that can occur after refractive surgery

Dry Eyes




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Q41 Astigmatism occurs when the front surface of cornea or the lens inside the eye is slightly --- in shape

irregular

Q42 Amblyopia is poor vision in an eye and also known as ----

lazy eye

Q43 tear production decreases with ---

age

Q44 The innermost layer consists of mucus produced by other cells in the ---

conjunctiva

Q45 a small gland at the edge of the eyelid is called

meibomian gland s

Q46 Eating of balanced diet which includes lots of fresh green vegetables provide --

vitamin A and C

Q47 Rose Bengal dye and flourescein dye are also used to do checks on --

corneal ulcer

Q48 Don􀳦??t chlorinate the eyes is step 4 of --- the eye

washing

Q49 the cause of the crusty discharge patients experience during sleep is --

Bacterial infections

Q50 Observe whether there is pain in the eye is Step --- of identifying conjunctivitis

4

Q51 Staphylococcus blepharitis starts during ---

childho od

Q52 Detect whether you have dry eyes by looking for certain symptoms is step --

4

Q53 an infection with fever, swelling and Inflammation of the lid is --

Stye

Q54 short eyeball, convex lenses and near object not seen but far object clear is called--

Farsightedness

Q55 controls the amount of light that enters the eye

pupil

Q56 The visual pigment in rods is ---

rhodopsi n

Q57 causes laxity and downward shift of eyelid tissues and atrophy of the orbital fat

Aging

Q58 The eye converts rays of light into electrical ---

signa ls

Q59 One of the technologies developed to treat corneal disease is the ----

laser excimer

Q60 is characterized by painful, blistery lesions on the skin and the mucous membranes

Stevens John syndrome

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Q61 In _______, the epithelial layer of the cornea is disrupted.

Corneal ulcers

Q62 ___ infections may also be accompanied by sinusitis symptoms and swollen eyelids

Viral Infection

Q63 __are normally clear and watery while bacterial infections have a thick green or yellow mucus excretion

Viral I nfection

Q64 _____ are the cause of the crusty discharge patients experience during sleep

Bacterial Infec tions

Q65 If a mother is infected with ______, her baby may be born with pinkeye.

Chlamydia and Gon orrhea

Q66 Pollen, dust, mold and animal dander lead to inflammation of the conjunctiva

Allergic Reactions

Q67 can cause the tearing, redness and swelling associated with conjunctivitis

Allergic Reactions

Q68 there is long eyeball with concave lenses near object clear but far object blurred.

Nearsightedness

Q69 There is short eyeball, convex lenses and near object not seen but far object clear.

Farsightedness

Q70 There is abnormal corneas with clear but eyestrain and headaches

Astigmatism

Q71 There is cross-eye and wall-eye

Strabismus

Q72 ___ is the second cranial nerve and is responsible for vision

Optic N erve

Q73 ____ is also known as the "blind spot"

Papill a

Q74 As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the pupil decreases (or increases) correspondingly

Pupil

Q75 __ is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye

Pupil

Q76 ___ contains photosensitive elements that convert the light they detect into nerve impulses that are then sent onto the brain along the optic nerve

Retina

Q77 ___ may be described as the "screen" on which an image is formed by light that has passed into the eye

Retina

Q78 It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers.

Lens

Q79 ___ of the eye is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule

Lens

Q80 ___ is a diaphragm of variable size whose function is to adjust the size of the pupil to regulate the amount of light admitted into the eye.

Iris



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