TB7 P&C Lecture 3; Development of Vision

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1. What is Astigmatism?

  • Reduced visual acuity in an otherwise normal eye
  • Asymmetrical optics lead to some orientations becoming blurredAsymmetrical optics lead to some orientations becoming blurred
  • Your cornea has different curvatures on the vertical and horizontal axes
  • Increased visual acuity in an otherwise normal eye
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2. When is a typical onset of amblyopia?

  • After 6 yrs
  • Before 6 yrs
  • Before 1 yr
  • After 1 yr

3. What is exotropic strabismus?

  • An eye turn outward
  • An eye turn inward

4. Which of these is NOT an associated (causative) condition with amblyopia?

  • Anisometropia
  • Monocular form deprivation (cataracts)
  • Strabismus
  • Antistrabismus
  • Astigmatism

5. Which do newborn babies prefer?

  • Stripes
  • Simple square

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