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Amblyopia: Quiz

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Question 1: [6] However perception of depth from monocular cues such as size, perspective, and ________ is normal.
ParallaxBinary starApparent magnitudeStar

Question 2: The ocular alignment itself may be treated with surgical or non-surgical methods, depending on the type and severity of the ________.
Duane syndromeAmblyopiaStrabismusMyopia

Question 3: Treatment of strabismic or anisometropic amblyopia consists of correcting the optical deficit and forcing use of the amblyopic eye, either by patching the good eye, or by instilling topical ________ in the eye with better vision.
AtropineMuscarinic antagonistDicycloverineHyoscyamine

Question 4: Lazy Eye Site from the National Health Service, ________
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesCanada

Question 5: Amblyopes also suffer from problems of binocular vision such as limited stereoscopic depth perception and usually have difficulty seeing the three-dimensional images in hidden stereoscopic displays such as ________.
AutostereogramBinocular visionStereopsisConvergence insufficiency

Question 6: Amblyopia can be caused by deprivation of vision early in life by vision-obstructing disorders such as congenital ________, by strabismus (misaligned eyes), or by anisometropia (different degrees of myopia or hypermetropia in each eye).
KeratoconusDiabetic retinopathyCataractGlaucoma

Question 7: Occlusion amblyopia may be a complication of a ________ that blocks some or all of the eye.
LipomaHemangiomaMelanomaKaposi's sarcoma

Question 8: However, people who have severe amblyopia may experience associated visual disorders, most notably poor ________.
Depth perceptionBinocular visionStereogramAutostereogram

Question 9: ________ programs are occasionally partially effective on motivated adults, at least in the short term.
Eye exercisesEye care professionalBehavioral optometryVision therapy

Question 10: ________, sometimes erroneously also called lazy eye, is a condition in which the eyes are misaligned.
StrabismusAmblyopiaDuane syndromeMyopia







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