← Ch 10 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Aqueous Humor
- Special Sense Organs
- Pupil, Cornea and Lens
- a second layer of eyeball; pigmented vascular layer prevents scattering of light
- b in the anterior cavity in front of the lens (watery)
- c large and complex and localized grouping of specialized receptors; eye, nose, ear, smell and taste buds
- d 3 most important parts of the eye
- e mucous membrane covering the front surface of the sclera and lining the eyelid
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- maintain normal shape of eye and help refract light rays
- front part of the choroid is made up of two muscles, what are they?
- defective curvature of cornea or lens of the eye; distortion caused by an irregularity of cornea or lens
- constantly being formed, drained and replaced, if blocked pressure will increase causing glaucoma
- excessive intraocular pressure that decreases blood flow in retina causing retinal degeneration; due to abnormal accumulation of aqueos humor in eye
5 True/False Questions
Cornea → the transparent part of the sclera over iris; "window of eye"
Sclera → first layer of eyeball; tough outer coat; "white of eye"
Pupil → hole in iris is the...
Nyctalopia → is often caused by a shortened eyeball; farsightedness
Ciliary Muscle → attached to lens with ligament causing lens to change shapes