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25 Cards in this Set

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What percent of blood that comes to the ciliary body will form aqueous?
A 6 mm pupil is ___ times larger than a 2 mm pupil.
9 times
A 6 mm pupil is 9 times larger than a ___ mm pupil?
2 mm
A higher myope will have more _____ _____ and higher incidence of ____.
Vitreous liquefaction, PVD.
A lesion to the innervation of the dilator muscle will cause hypersensitivity to ____.
After corneal abrasion ____ stops and ____ occurs.
Mitosis, migration.
What is the corneal stroma continuous with?
What type of collagen is corneal stroma made up of?
Type II collogen
Where does the cornea get the majority of its glucose from?
How many mm is the cornea from the lens?
3.6 mm
How many microliters does the aqueous produce per minute?
3 microliters
What is the axial length of the eye?
24 mm
What is the average IOP?
15 mmHg
What vitamin does the aqueous contain a lot of?
Vitamin C
What is the menace reflex?
Blinking in response to an object approaching the eye.
Caruncle is skin, semiluminaris is _____.
Caruncle is ______, semiluminaris is conjuctiva.
Will excess CO2 in retinal arterioles cause constriction or dilation of arterioles?
What is the pressure of episcleral veins compared to normal IOP?
Less pressure
Where is drusen most often located?
Where is the index of the lens the greatest?
Where do the blood vessels that supply the optic nerve come from?
Ophthalmic artery (branch of the internal carotid artery.)
Is Bruch's membrane vascularized?
No, it is avascular.
What arteries supply the optic tract?
Anterior cerebral artery
Posterior cerebral artery
Anterior communicating artery
Corneal dehydration is due to what ion?