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Glaucoma: Introduction

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Glaucoma: Introduction by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Glaucoma. It contains the following chapters:

    • Introduction to Glaucoma
    • Closed Angle Glaucoma
    • Open Angle Glaucoma

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Iris bombe
    2. Floppy iris
    3. Iridocyclitis
    4. Coloboma
    5. Dyscoria
    1. Acute closed angle glaucoma presents with painless blurring of vision.
    2. Increased pressure inside the eyeball occurs as a result of lack of drainage of aqueous humor.
    3. Thickened lens can cause obstruction of the canal of Schlemm.
    4. Increased pressure inside the eye causes damage to the optic nerve.
    5. Acute vision loss secondary to closed angle glaucoma is a medical emergency.
    1. M3 cholinergic agonist
    2. Alpha-1 agonist
    3. Beta blocker
    4. Nicotinic agonist
    5. Alpha-2 agonist
    1. Idiopathic
    2. Bowing of the iris
    3. Cataracts
    4. Canal of Schlemm deposits
    5. Decreased aqueous production
    1. Beta blocker
    2. Alpha-1 agonist
    3. Prostaglandin agonist
    4. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
    5. M3 cholinergic agonist
    1. Ciliary body
    2. Canal of Schlemm
    3. Lens
    4. Iris
    5. Iridocorneal junction

    Author of lecture Glaucoma: Introduction

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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