← the eyes! 8) Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The Fovea Centralis
- Intraocular pressure-
- The Blind Spot
- . Cataracts
- a this is also another name for the optic disc. This portion of the retina lacks rods and cones.
- b -a small depression in the center of the macula
lutea that contains only cones. This region provides resolution to our
- c a loss of transparency of the lens. Can by caused by aging, trauma,
exposure to UV light, certain medications. Can be repaired via surgery.
- d excessively high intraocular pressure in the eyeball. It can
cause degeneration of the retina which may lead to blindness. This
can be repaired via surgery.
- e pressure within the eyeball. This is usually caused
by the aqueous humor and vitreous humor
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- allow for color vision.
- which secrete a fluid known as aqueous humor.
- photoreceptors that detect black and white light. These allow us
to see shape and movement.
- the site where the optic nerve exits the eyeball.
5 True/False Questions
muscles can adjust the size of → pupils
Detached Retina → usually caused by some type of trauma. Can lead to blindness.
the cornea focusing light on the → lens
This layer lines the posterior portion of the eyeball and it is highly vascular. → pupil
It is held in place by the suspensory ligaments and it is involved in focusing the object that one is observing. → The Lens