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1

What does Keratitis mean?
A). Inflammation of the conjunctiva
B). Rolling outward of the eyelid
C). Inflammation of the cornea
D). Inflammation of the skin

C). Inflammation of the cornea

2

What disease does teh Schirmer Tear Test (STT) test for?
A). Glaucoma
B). Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca
C). Uveitis
D). Nothign

B). Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca

3

What is another name for Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca?

KCS or Dry eye

4

What is normal tear production?
A). 15-20 mm/min
B). less than 5 mm/min
C). less than 10 mm/min
D). 10-15 mm/min

A). 15-20 mm/min

5

What is the first choice for treatment of KCS?
A). Tacrolimus
B). GenTeal 6-8 weeks
C). Surgery
D). Cyclosporine (Optimmune) 2-3 times a day for life

D). Cyclosporine (Optimmune) 2-3 times a day for life

6

What color will the Fluorescein Dye turn when positive for corneal ulcers and abraisions?
A). Green
B). Orange
C). Yellow
D). White

A). Green

7

What is the treatment for Corneal Ulcers?
A). Topical triple antibiotic ointment
B). Steroids
C). Nothing
D). Surgery

A). Topical Triple Antibiotic ointment

* Neomycin, Polymyxin, bacitracin

8

If an owner calls and says that the eye looks like Gelatin, is this considered an emergency?

YES

9

What is the main cause of Feline Conjunctivitis?
A). Feline herpes
B). Chlamydia psittaci
C). Mycoplasmas
D). All of the above

D). All of the above
* Feline herpes, Chlamydia psittaci, mycoplasmas,

10

What is the topical anesthetic used when checking intraocular pressure?

Proparacaine

11

What breeds are more prone to getting primary Glaucoma?
A). Cocker spaniels
B). Chow chow
C). Basset hounds
D). All of the above

D). All of the above
* Cocker spaniels, chow chows, and basset hounds

12

What is glaucoma?

Increased ocular pressure

13

What are some signs of glaucoma?
A). Pain
B). red eye
C). White cornea
D). Blindness
E). All of the above

E). All of the above

* Pain, red eye, White cornea ( corneal edema), Dilated pupil, blindness

14

What is the definition of Epiphora?

Abnormal overflow of tears

15

What is proptosis?

Popping of the eye

16

What is the treatment of Proptosis?
A). put the eye back into the socket
B). Antibiotics
C). Steroids
D). ALl of the above

D). All of the above

17

Is Nuclear sclerosis normal in aging animals?

Yes

18

What is Tapetum?

Color Variaton

19

What does the term Anisocoria mean?

Uneven pupil size.. Trauma