NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: NSS513- Ophthalmology Nursing

Q1 ____ diaphragm divides the aqueous humour from the vitreous humour.

Hyalo id

Q2 This is the part of the retina in which high-resolution vision of fine detail is possible


Q3 _____ is a small depression (approx. 1.5 mm in diameter) in the retina.


Q4 The cornea contributes to the image-forming process by refracting light entering the eye.


Q5 The front surface of the adult ___ has a radius of approximately 8mm


Q6 ____ it replaces the sclera - that forms the outside surface of the rest of the eye


Q7 ____is a jelly-like substance located in the anterior chamber of the eye.

Aqueous Humour

Q8 ___ is located behind the retina and absorbs unused radiation


Q9 ______is a ring-shaped muscle attached to the iris

Ciliary M uscle

Q10 ____ is a strong clear bulge located at the front of the eye


Q11 a pinkish, triangular-shaped tissue growth on the cornea is

ptery gium

Q12 the most common infectious cause of corneal blindness in the U.S is ---

ocular herpes

Q13 Lattice dystrophy gets its name from an accumulation of amyloid deposits

amyloid deposits

Q14 Allergy symptoms are --- and can be eliminated by not having contact with the offending cosmetic


Q15 the stroma is comprised of about -- percent of the cornea's thickness


Q16 Increase in the ocular tension is called --


Q17 new blood vessels that are abnormal and fragile are signs of ---

proliferative retinopathy

Q18 Diabetic retinopathy usually affects --

both eye s

Q19 behind the pupil is the most sensitive spot of the retina called --

yellow spot

Q20 a clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye is called ----


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