Assessment and management of eye and vision disorders quiz.

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ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH EYE AND VISION DISORDERS

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1. A diagnostic clinical manifestation of glaucoma is:

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2. The most common cause of visual loss in people older than 60 years of age is:

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3. The most common neoplasm of the eyelids is:

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4. Chemical burns of the eye are immediately treated with:

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5. The muscles of the eyeball are innervated by all of the following cranial nerves except cranial nerve:

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6. Acute bacterial conjunctivitis is characterized by:

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7. The most common type of retinal detachment is:

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8. Pharmacotherapy for primary glaucoma that decreases the outflow of aqueous humor would include all of the following except:

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9. During a routine eye examination, a patient complains that she is unable to read road signs at a distance when driving her car. The physician knows to check for:

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10. Vision becomes less efficient with age, because aging is associated with:

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11. Legal blindness refers to a best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) that does not exceed what reading in the better eye?

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12. What type of medication is used in combination with mydriatics to dilate the patient’s pupil?

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13. The most common antifungal agent used to treat eye infections is:

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14. When assessing the visual fields in acute glaucoma, the nurse would expect to find a:

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15. After cataract surgery, a patient is encouraged to:

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16. Clinical symptoms of a detached retina include:

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17. Increased ocular pressure, resulting from optic nerve damage, is indicated by a reading of:

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