24 Multiple choice questions
- Tiny pit or DEPRESSION IN RETINA that is the region of CLEAREST VISION.
- CRANIAL NERVE carrying impulses from RETINA to BRAIN
- Point at which optic nerve fibers CROSS IN THE BRAIN
at back of the eye where OPTIC NERVE MEETS THE RETINA. (blind spot of
the eye b/c it contains only nerve fibers, no rods or cones)
- STRUCTURE SURROUNDING LENS connects the choroid and iris
- Pigmented (colored) layer that opens and closes to ALLOW MORE OR LESS LIGHT INTO THE EYE.
- Fibrous transparent layer of CLEAR TISSUE THAT EXTENDS OVER ANTERIOR PART OF EYEBALL.
- TOUGH WHITE OUTER COAT of the eyeball.
- PHOTORECEPTOR CELL in the RETINA that TRANSFORMS LIGHT ENERGY INTO A NERVE IMPULSE. responsible for COLOR and CENTRAL VISION.
- area BEHIND CORNEA IN FRONT OF LENS AND IRIS. (contains aqueous humor)
- LIGHT SENSITIVE NERVE CELL layer of the eye containing photoreceptor cells (CONES AND RODS)
- PHOTORECEPTOR CELL OF RETINA (essential for vision in dim light and peripheral vision)
- Soft JELLY-LIKE MATERIAL behind the lens in the vitreous chamber. (helps maintain the shape of the eyeball)
- DELICATE MEMBRANE lining the undersurface of the eyelids
- Posterior, INNER PART OF THE EYE
- FLUID produced by the ciliary body. found in the anterior chamber
- RELAY CENTER OF THE BRAIN
- TWO round, elevated, and curved evenly surfaces. LIKE PART OF A SPHERE.
- Transparent, biconvex body BEHIND THE PUPIL. it BENDS LIGHT RAYS TO BRING THEM INTO FOCUS ON THE RETINA
- CENTRAL OPENING OF EYE.
- MIDDLE, vascular layer of the eye BETWEEN retina and sclera.
- YELLOWISH REGION ON THE RETINA. lateral to and slightly below the optic disc.
- BENDING of light rays by the cornea, lens, and fluids of the eye to bring rays into focus on retina.
- normal adjustment of the eye to FOCUS ON OBJECTS FROM FAR TO NEAR.