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4 Matching questions

  1. retinal detachment
  2. blepharitis
  3. blindness
  4. hordeolum
  1. a signs and symptoms:redden eyelids with scales and flaking at the base of the lashes
  2. b signs and symptoms:sudden change in vision, flashing lights and then floaters caused by hemorrhage of vitreous fluid or blood. described as "looking through a veil" or " a curtain being lowered".
  3. c small sty abscess in the sebaceous gland at the base of the eyelash
  4. d complete or almost complete absence of the sense of sight

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. there is no pain because it does not contain sensory nerves, loss of peripheral vision or acuity in affected eye
  2. farsightedness, caused by light rays focusing behind the retina
  3. formation of new blood vessels growing into the retinal and optic disc area to increase blood supply to the retina. newly formed blood vessels are fragile and leak blood back into the vitreous and retina. new vessels grow, pulling the vitreous away from the retina and retina away from choroid
  4. signs and symptoms: cornea is painful and inflammed, decreased vision, photophobia, tearing, blepharospasm. conjuctiva appears red and may appear cloudy or opaque
  5. vascular changes in retinal blood vessels and formation of microaneurysms

5 True/False questions

  1. chalaziontreatment:corticosteroids, topical interferons, cycloplegic agents, and warm compresses


  2. myopiapeople may hold reading materials close to eyes


  3. keratitisinflammation of the cornea, may be chronic or acute, superficial or deep. may be associated with bacterial conjunctivits, viral infection, corneal ulcer or tuberculosis and syphilis


  4. ametropiarefractive error


  5. hyperopianearsightedness, caused by light rays focusing in front of the retina