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Section 1

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Common concerning symptoms for head, eyes and ears: ____, Change in vision resulting in hyperopia, presbyopia, myopia or scotomatas, Double vision (Diplopia), Hearing loss, Earache or Tinnitus, Vertigo.Headache
Common concerning symptoms for head, eyes and ears: Headache, Change in vision resulting in ____, ____, myopia or scotomatas, Double vision (Diplopia), Hearing loss, Earache or Tinnitus, Vertigo.Hyperopia, presbyopia
Common concerning symptoms for head, eyes and ears: Headache, Change in vision resulting in hyperopia, presbyopia, ____ or ____, Double vision (Diplopia), Hearing loss, Earache or Tinnitus, Vertigo.myopia, scotomas
Common concerning symptoms for head, eyes and ears: Headache, Change in vision resulting in hyperopia, presbyopia, myopia or scotomatas, ____, Hearing loss, Earache or Tinnitus, Vertigo.double vision (diplopia)
Common concerning symptoms for head, eyes and ears: Headache, Change in vision resulting in hyperopia, presbyopia, myopia or scotomatas, Double vision (Diplopia), ____, ____, Vertigo.Hearing loss, Earache or Tinnitus
Common concerning symptoms for head, eyes and ears: Headache, Change in vision resulting in hyperopia, presbyopia, myopia or scotomatas, Double vision (Diplopia), Hearing loss, Earache or Tinnitus, ____.Vertigo
What are the names of the underlying bones in the skull: ____ bone, ____ Bone, Parietal Bone, Occipital Bone.Frontal, temporal
What are the names of the underlying bones in the skull: Frontal bone, Temporal Bone, ____ Bone, ____ BoneParietal, Occipital
What to observe and note during an inspection of the head: Observe the ____, ____ and the ____ of the skull and its proportion to the neck along with the rest of the body and also note deformities, depressions or lumps.Size, shape, position
What to observe and note during an inspection of the head: Observe the size, shape and the position of the skull and its ____ along with the rest of the body and also note deformities, depressions or lumps.proportion to the neck
What to observe and note during an inspection of the head: Observe the size, shape and the position of the skull and its proportion to the neck along with the rest of the body and also note ____, ____, or ____.deformities, depressions or lumps
The Bulbar Conjunctiva, covers most of the ____ eye ball. It adheres loosely to the underlying tissue and meets the cornea at Limbus.anterior
The Bulbar Conjunctiva, covers most of the anterior eye ball. It adheres loosely to the underlying tissue and meets the ____ at Limbus.cornea
The Bulbar Conjunctiva, covers most of the anterior eye ball. It adheres loosely to the underlying tissue and meets the cornea at ____limbus
The Palpebral conjunctiva, lines the upper and lower ____eyelids
The glands that produce the film of tears on the eyes: The ____ gland, the ____ gland and the meibomian glandLacrimal, conjunctival
The glands that produce the film of tears on the eyes: The lacrimal gland, the conjunctival gland and the ____ glandmeibomian
The Fundus is visible through in an ______. Fundus refers to the posterior wall of the eye.ophthalmoscope
The ____ is visible through in an ophthalmoscope. _____ refers to the posterior wall of the eye.fundus
The Fundus is visible through in an ophthalmoscope. Fundus refers to the _______ of the eye.posterior
Your Retina, is the ____ membrane that covers the fundus.light sensitive
The _____ is the point where the ____ enters the retina. About 1.5mm in diameter, the optic disc contains no sensory elements, making it insensitive to light.Optic Disc, optic nerve
The Optic Disc is the point where the optic nerve enters the retina. About ___ in diameter, the optic disc contains no sensory elements, making it insensitive to light.1.5mm
The Optic Disc is the point where the optic nerve enters the retina. About 1.5mm in diameter, the optic disc contains ______, making it ____ to light.no sensory elements, insensitive
Most optic discs have a small, central depression called _____.The Physiologic Cup
Most optic discs have a ____,____ depression called The Physiologic Cup.small, central
____ and ____ inferior to the optic disc, lies the Fovea, which is the area of central vision.Lateral, slightly
Lateral and slightly inferior to the optic disc, lies the ____, which is the area of central vision.Fovea
Lateral and slightly inferior to the optic disc, lies the Fovea, which is the area of _____.central vision
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Section 2

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____ surrounds the fovea but has no visible margins. Note the absence of retinal vessels in much of this area.The Macula
The Macula surrounds the fovea but has ______. Note the absence of retinal vessels in much of this area.no visible margins
The Macula surrounds the fovea but has no visible margins. Note the ____ of _____ in much of this area.absence, retinal vessels
_____ is expressed as two numbers. For example, 20/20. The first number, indicates the distance of the patient from the chart and the second number indicates the distance at which a normal eye can read that particular line of letters, without the aid of corrective lenses.visual acuity
Visual acuity is expressed as two numbers. For example, 20/20. The first number, indicates the distance of the patient from the chart and the second number indicates the distance at which a normal eye can read that particular line of letters, _______ of corrective lenses.without the aid
Visual acuity is expressed as two numbers. For example, 20/20. The first number, indicates the distance of the patient from the ____ and the second number indicates the distance at which a normal eye can read that particular line of letters, without the aid of corrective lenses.chart
Visual acuity is expressed as two numbers. For example, 20/20. The first number, indicates the distance of the patient from the chart and the second number indicates the distance at which a ______ can read that particular line of letters, without the aid of corrective lenses.normal eye
For screening purposes, visual fields are tested by _______. Face the patient directly and imagine a glass bowl is encircling her head.confrontation
For screening purposes, visual fields are tested by confrontation. Face the patient directly and imagine a ____ ___ is encircling her head.glass bowl
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Section 3

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If you think, you’ve found a visual defect, such as, loss of vision in the right temporal field. Slowly ____ your wiggling fingers from the defective area of the field toward the better vision.move
Normally, the upper lid covers a portion of the ___ but does not overlap the pupil.iris
Normally, the upper lid covers a portion of the iris but does not ___ the pupil.overlap
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Section 4

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assess the _____ movements, looking for, the normal conjugate movements of the eyes in each direction or any deviation from the normal, Nystagmus, Lid lag, Convergence.extra ocular
assess the extra-ocular movements, looking for, the _____ ______ movements of the eyes in each direction or any deviation from the normal, Nystagmus, Lid lag, Convergencenormal conjugate
assess the extra-ocular movements, looking for, the normal conjugate movements of the eyes in each direction or any deviation from the normal, _____, Lid lag, Convergence.nystagmus
assess the extra-ocular movements, looking for, the normal conjugate movements of the eyes in each direction or any deviation from the normal, Nystagmus, _____, Convergence.lid lag
assess the extra-ocular movements, looking for, the normal conjugate movements of the eyes in each direction or any deviation from the normal, Nystagmus, Lid lag, _______.convergence
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Section 5

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To focus on more anterior structures, such as opacities in the vitreous body of the lens, change the ____ of the ophthalmoscope to more positive numbers.dioptre
To focus on more anterior structures, such as opacities in the vitreous body of the lens, change the dioptre of the ophthalmoscope to more ____ numbers.positive
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Section 6

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The ear, is composed of three compartments, The _____ ear, The middle ear, The inner ear.external
The ear, is composed of three compartments, The external ear, The ____ ear, The inner ear.middle
The ear, is composed of three compartments, The external ear, The middle ear, The ____ ear.inner
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Section 7

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The external ear includes, the _____ and the Ear ____. The ear canal opens behind the tragus and curves inwards until it reaches the Tympanic Membrane or Ear Drum, an oblique membrane, which marks the lateral limit of the middle ear.auricle, canal
The external ear includes, the Auricle and the Ear Canal. The ear canal opens behind the ____ and curves inwards until it reaches the Tympanic Membrane or Ear Drum, an oblique membrane, which marks the lateral limit of the middle ear.tragus
The external ear includes, the Auricle and the Ear Canal. The ear canal opens behind the tragus and curves inwards until it reaches the ______ _______ or Ear Drum, an oblique membrane, which marks the lateral limit of the middle ear.tympanic membrane
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Section 8

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The middle ear is an air-filled cavity that transmits sound by way of the ear drum and three tiny bones are _____. The Malleus, the Incus and the Stapes.ossicles
The middle ear is an air-filled cavity that transmits sound by way of the ear drum and three tiny bones are Ossicles. The _____, the Incus and the Stapes.malleus
The middle ear is an air-filled cavity that transmits sound by way of the ear drum and three tiny bones are Ossicles. The Malleus, the ____ and the Stapes.incus
The middle ear is an air-filled cavity that transmits sound by way of the ear drum and three tiny bones are Ossicles. The Malleus, the Incus and the _____.stapes
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Section 9

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The middle ear connects to the _____ via The Eustachian Tube.nasopharynx
The middle ear connects to the nasopharynx via The ______ ______.Eustachian Tube
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Section 10

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The inner ear contains the Cochlea, Cochlea Nerve and other structures that are inaccessible to direct examination but which may be assessed by testing _______ ______.auditory functions
The inner ear contains the ______, _____ ______ and other structures that are inaccessible to direct examination but which may be assessed by testing auditory functions.Cochlea, Cochlea Nerve
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Section 11

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Test for ______ is performed the Weber Test.lateralisation
Test for lateralisation is performed the _____ _____weber test
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Section 12

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Test for _________ and _____ conduction is performed by the Rinne test.air, bone
Test for air and bone conduction is performed by the _____ test.rinne
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