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Hyperopia: Quiz

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Question 1: However, larger amounts may be corrected with convex lenses in eyeglasses or ________.
Contact lensKeratoconusAstigmatism (eye)Myopia

Question 2: People with hyperopia can experience blurred vision, asthenopia, accommodative dysfunction, binocular dysfunction, ________, and strabismus.
AmblyopiaBlindnessConjunctivitisKeratoconus

Question 3: Hyperopia is sometimes correctable with various refractive surgery procedures (________).
Photorefractive keratectomyCataract surgeryLASIKEye surgery

Question 4: [4] Presbyopes who report good far vision typically experience blurry near vision because of a reduced accommodative amplitude brought about by natural aging changes with the ________.
Ciliary bodyRetinaScleraLens (anatomy)

Question 5: Various eye care professionals, including ________, optometrists, orthoptists, and opticians, are involved in the treatment and management of hyperopia.
MedicineSurgeryEye surgeryOphthalmology

Question 6: Hyperopia is often confused with ________,[2][3] another condition that frequently causes blurry near vision.
MyopiaKeratoconusAstigmatism (eye)Presbyopia

Question 7: ________ is affected according to the amount of hyperopia, as well as the patient's age, visual demands, and accommodative ability.
PupilColor blindnessStrabismusVisual acuity

Question 8: At the conclusion of an ________, an eye doctor may provide the patient with an eyeglass prescription for corrective lenses.
Eye examinationRinne testNeurological examinationWeber test







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