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Mod D Week 1 Exam
How many muscles control the movement of the eye?
What is the function of rods & cones?
What is conjunctivitis?
Describe the action of beta- adrendergic blockers in the eye.
Describe the therapeutic use of CAI in glaucoma?
Describe the therapeutic use of sympathomimetics?
Are sulfonamides bacteristatic or bactericidal?
Describe the function of the ear?
Describe the function of the tympanic membrane?
Describe the function of the semicircular canals?
What is the function of lysozomes?
What is glaucoma?
What is “pink eye”
What is the most prevalent form of glaucoma?
Which agent(s) are used for chronic simple, or open angle, glaucoma?
Be able to identify ophthalmic agents by therapeutic class. (ie beta- adrenergic blockers, CAI, miotic, sympathomimetic, antiinflammatory)
What is the function of the vestibule?
Describe the structure of the cochlea?
What are three causes of deafness?
Be able to list medications that cause ototoxicity?
What is the clinical term for ringing in the ear?
Which class of medications may permanently alter the appearance of the iris?
Be able to identify the medications that must be inserted or applied by a medical doctor such as a ophthalmologist?
Which eye medication from the drug list can cause ocular toxicity?
Match Structure with Description Cornea Sclera Choroid Posterior Cavity Iris Ciliary Body Vitreous Body Vitreous Humor Retina Fovea
Know the drug classifications for the drugs on the med list.
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Copyright © 2006 Thomson Delmar Learning Chapter 14 Seeing and Hearing The Ocular and Auditory Systems.
3.04 Functions and disorders of the eye 3.04 Understand the functions and disorders of the sensory system 1.
Eye and Ear. Eye The eye is covered in a tough layer of connective tissue called the sclera ◦ This is covered by a mucous membrane called the conjunctiva.
Jeopardy Eyeball Ear Smell & Taste Vision &Eye Accessories Disorders Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Superior Rectus Lateral Rectus Pupil Iris Sclera.
Copyright © 2013 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 19 Visual and Auditory Systems.
Sheep Eye Dissection. B. External Anatomy C. Extrinsic muscles STOP AND SHOW THE MUSCLES OF YOUR SHEEP EYE TO YOUR TEACHER!
Unit 8: The Senses Amy J. Hilbelink, Ph.D. Tracy Abram, MAIS.
Sense Organs. Chemoreceptors Taste and smell sensory receptors Most primitive sense, all animals have it Important in finding food, locating a mate and.
CHAPTER 8: SPECIAL SENSES The EYE Pupil Iris Cornea Aqueous humor (fluid) Ciliary body Lens Vitreous humor Retina Choroid Fovia centralis Optic nerve Sclera.
Click Dissection 101: Cow Eye Quiz #1. Name the structure indicated. #2. What is a function of this structure? Close-up view.
ELAINE N. MARIEB EIGHTH EDITION 8 Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by.
Sheep Eye Dissection On the computer, open up the Google Presentation “Sheep Eye Dissection” that was shared with you Make a copy and share it with your.
Fig. 9.5 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Upper eyelid Pupil Iris Eyebrow Lateral angle of.
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