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Special Senses Test

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Which of the following sensory organs is NOT for balance?
cochlea
Which abbreviation stands for a surgical procedure?
PRK
Which medical term does NOT mean pertaining to the eye?
otic
Which abbreviation stands for a pathological condition of the eye muscles?
XT
Which of the following pathological conditions is due to abnormal curvature of the cornea?
astigmatism
Which of the following pathological conditions is due to increased intraocular pressure?
glaucoma
Which of the following terms refers to ringing in the ears?
tinnitus
Which of the following pathological conditions is the loss of mobility of the stapes?
otosclerosis
Which of the following pathological conditions is due to an opaque or cloudy lens?
cataract
Which of the following diagnostic procedures is used to identify corneal abrasions or ulcers?
fluorescein staining
Which of the following pathological conditions is also called nearsighted?
myopia
Which of the following pathological conditions is complete color blindness?
achromatopsia
Which term is NOT spelled correctly?
otomicosis
Which abbreviation stands for the right eye?
OD
Which of the following statements regarding the mechanisms necessary for proper vision is inaccurate?
The correct amount of light is admitted by the ciliary body.
Which term means surgical incision into the eardrum?
myringotomy
Which of the following surgical procedures reshapes the cornea?
photorefractive keratectomy
Which of the following surgical procedures stabilizes a detaching retina?
scleral buckling
Which of the following statements regarding the eye is NOT true?
The colored portion of the eye is the pupil.
Which of the following diagnostic procedures is a test of hearing ability?
audiometry
The opening to the outer ear is the:
external auditory meatus
Which layer of the eye is responsible for supplying blood to the eye?
choroid
Which of the following surgical procedures is the treatment for otosclerosis?
stapedectomy
Which of the following pathological conditions is an inner ear infection?
labyrinthitis
Which term means double vision?
diplopia
Which of the following diagnostic procedures measures intraocular pressure?
tonometry
Tears are produced by the:
lacrimal apparatus
Which of the following pathological conditions is due to weakened eye muscles?
strabismus
Which of the following pathological conditions is the total absence of hearing?
anacusis
Which of the following is NOT a layer of the eyeball?
lens
Which term means instrument to view inside the eye?
ophthalmoscope
Which medication causes the pupil to constrict?
miotic