Duane syndrome: Quiz

Question 1: Prominent down- or upshoots may be treated with a special form of muscle surgery, a "Y-splitting" procedure, often combined with a ________.
InflationRecessionBusiness cycleKeynesian economics

Question 2: Retraction of the ________ into the socket on adduction, with associated narrowing of the palpebral fissure (eye closing)
Nervous systemSensory systemEyeBrain

Question 3: Around 10-20% of cases are ________; these are more likely to be bilateral than non-familial Duane syndrome.

Question 4: DS is a miswiring of the eye ________, causing some eye muscles to contract when they shouldn't and other eye muscles not to contract when they should.
Head and neck anatomyMuscleTorsoFascia

Question 5: A face turn to the side of the affected eye to compensate for the movement limitations of the eye(s) and to maintain ________.
AutostereogramDepth perceptionConvergence insufficiencyBinocular vision

Question 6: Duane syndrome cannot be cured, as the "missing" ________ cannot be replaced and, traditionally there has been no expectation that surgery will result in any increase in the range of eye movement.
Head and neck anatomyCranial nerve nucleusTrigeminal nerveCranial nerves

Question 7: ________ is uncommon and, where present, rarely dense.

Question 8: Duane syndrome (DS) is a rare, congenital eye movement disorder most commonly characterized by the inability of the ________ to turn out.
BrainSensory systemEyeNervous system

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/Duane_syndrome)