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COMPLETE REMOVAL OF THE EYE
ENUCLEATION
WHAT STRUCTURE REMAINS AFTER AN EXTRACAPSULAR CATARACT EXTRACTION?
POSTERIOR CAPSULE
FUNCTION OF IRIS
TO REGULATE THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT ENTERING THE EYE THROUGH THE PUPIL
EXCESSIVE PRESSURE OF THE ACQUEOUS HUMOR IN THE EYE
GLAUCOMA
BSS(BALANCED SALT SOLUTION) IS USED TO-
IRRIGATE THE CORNEA
DIATHERMY
THE USE OF HEAT TO TO COAGULATE OR DESTROY TISSUE
REFRACTIVE MEDIA OF EYE
CORNEA
AQUEOUS HUMOR
LENS
VITREOUS HUMOR
LOCATION OF ANTERIOR CHAMBER
BOUND ANTERIORLY BY THE CORNEA AND POSTERIORLY BY THE FRONT OF THE IRIS
LOCATION OF THE LACRIMAL GLANDS
WITHIN THE UPPER EYELIDS
STRABISMUS
DEVIATION OF THE POSITION OF THE EYE
TUNICS OF THE EYE FROM OUTTER TO INTERIOR
OUTER-SCLERA
MIDDLE-CHOROID
INNER-RETINA
DACHROCYSTORHINOSTOMY
ESTABLISHES A NEW PATHWAY FOR TEAR DRAINAGE
LOCATION OF ACQUEOUS HUMOR
ANTERIOR CHAMBER
DACROCYSTITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE LACRIMAL SAC
LACRIMAL DUCT DILATION
OPENING BLOCKED TEAR DUCTS
CATARACT
OPACITY OF THE CRYSTALLINE LENS
CRYOTHERAPY
TREATMENT WITH COLD
LOCATION OF POSTERIOR CHAMBER
AREA OF EYE BOUND BY THE LENS, CILIARY BODY, AND THE RETINA
POWDER ON GLOVES MAY CAUSE?
CORNEAL ABRASION
CILIARY BODY
ALTERS THE SHAPE OF THE CRYSTALLINE LENS
VITREOUS HUMOR
SUBSTANCE FOUND IN THE POSTERIOR CHAMBER
SCLERAL BUCKLE PROCEDURE TREATS?
RETINAL DETACHMENT
KERATOPLASTY
CORNEAL TRANSPLANT
EXTRINSIC EYE MUSCLES RESPONSIBLE FOR MOVEMENT OF THE EYE
LATERAL RECTUS
INFERIOR RECTUS
INFERIOR OBLIQUE
SUPERIOR OBLIQUE
SUPERIOR RECTUS
INTRINSIC MUSCLES OF THE EYE
IRIS
CILIARY BODY
CHALAZION
A SMALL LUMP ON THE INNER OR OUTTER SURFACE OF THE EYELID
2 TYPES OF STRABISMUS
COMITANT-MISALIGNMENT STAYS THE SAME WITH EYE MOVEMENT
INCOMITANT-MISALIGNMENT CHANGES WITH EYE MOVEMENT
COLOR BLINDNESS
PERSON LACKS CONES IN THE RETINA
3 METHODS FOR CATARACT EXTRACTION
INTRACAPSULAR
EXTRACAPSULAR
PHACOEMULSIFICATION
A TREPHINE IS WHAT?
A CIRCULAR CUTTING INSTRUMENT USED TO CUT THE CORNEA FOR TRANSPLANT(KERATOPLASTY)
COCAINE IS USED IN EYE PROCEDURES FOR WHAT?
A TOPICAL ANESTHETIC AND A VASOCONSTRICTOR-USED FOR DACROCYSTORHINOSTOMY
PTERYGIUM
OVERGROWTH OF CONJUNTIVA ONTO CORNEA
2 TYPES OF TOPICAL MEDICATIONS USED IN EYE SURGERY
MYDRIATICS-DILATE THE PUPIL FOR EXAMINATION
CYCLOPLEGIC-PARALYZE THE CILIARY MUSCLE
TYPE OF DRUG USED IN EYE SURGERY AS AN ANTI-INFLAMMATORY
STEROIDS-DECADRON
CELESTONE
NSAIDS
EYE OINTMENTS
GENTAMYCIN
NEOMYCIN
TOBRAMYCIN
EYE LUBRICANTS
LACRI-LUBE
LOCAL ANESTHETICS FOR EYE SURGERY
PONTOCAINE
OPTHAINE
LIDOCAINE
BIPIVICAINE
WYDASE
EPINEPHERINE
IRRIGATING SOLUTION FOR EYES
BSS
(BALANCED SALT SOLUTION)
SUTURE NEEDLES FOR OPTHALMIC SURGERY
ROUND
TAPERCUT
MICROPOINT
SPATULA
DIPLOPIA
DOUBLE VISION
DRAPES FOR EYE PROCEDURES
TURBAN
SPLIT SHEET
CLEAR DRAPE