CE Test Questions
Kids and Contacts

Exam Questions
1. Which vision condition is most prevalent in children up to two years of age?

    A. Myopia
    B. Strabismus
    C. Astigmatism
    D. Hyperopia
2. In streak retinoscopy, red reflex movement in the same direction of the light indicates the need for:

    A. Minus power
    B. Plus power
    C. Cylinder
    D. Prism
3. Which of the following is used to test the visual acuity of children who are too young to communicate?

    A. Snellen chart
    B. Allen cards
    C. Gabor patches
    D. Teller cards
4. Which of the following may be used in place of a slit lamp to evaluate the contact lens fit in infants?

    A. Lighted magnifier
    B. Handheld keratometer
    C. Handheld autorefractor
    D. Biomicroscope
5. During the first year of life, corneal curvature:

    A. Becomes steeper
    B. Becomes flatter
    C. Does not change
    D. Is close to the curvature in adulthood
6. When an infant is too young to be evaluated using a handheld keratometer, which of the following can be used to determine the base curve of the contact lens?

    A. Manufacturer's recommendations
    B. Handheld autorefractor
    C. Bascom Palmer averages
    D. Burton lamp
7. When fitting young children with contact lenses, a good approach to the patient is:

    A. Swaddling
    B. Restraint
    C. Refrain from telling the child what you will do
    D. Sympathetic and reassuring
8. Vision screenings detect ___________ of vision problems:

    A. 90 percent
    B. Five percent
    C. 75 percent
    D. 10 percent
9. In general, children who wear contact lenses demonstrate an improvement in:

    A. Self-confidence
    B. Communication skills
    C. Dexterity
    D. Balance
10. The minimum age for fitting children with contact lenses is:

    A. 8 years old
    B. Nonexistent
    C. 10 years old
    D. 5 years old
11. When fitting a child whose parents wear contact lenses:

    A. It is not necessary to review care and wearing procedures
    B. It is certain the child will be compliant
    C. Review care and wearing procedures as you would for a new patient
    D. Instruction is not needed
12. Because an infant's vision is primarily at near range, the prescription for contact lenses fit for pediatric aphakia:

    A. Should have 2D to 3D more minus power
    B. Should be a multifocal
    C. Will require cylinder
    D. Should have 2D to 3D more plus power
13. The percentage of children with learning disabilities who also have a vision problem is:

    A. 70 percent
    B. 20 percent
    C. 50 percent
    D. 10 percent
14. In the Bruckner test, inferior crescents indicate:

    A. Myopia
    B. Hyperopia
    C. Astigmatism
    D. Strabismus
15. Which of the following is an alternative to patching in amblyopia?

    A. Vision exercises
    B. Occluder contact lens
    C. Allow the eye to correct itself
    D. Oral medication
16. One reason for the increase in pediatric contact lens fits is:

    A. An increase in the incidence of astigmatism
    B. Children are attending school at an earlier age
    C. A reduction in the incidence of pediatric eye surgeries
    D. Advances in contact lens materials and easier care systems
17. In the case of aniseikonia, contact lenses:

    A. Are not recommended
    B. Have high plus power
    C. Reduce image size difference
    D. Have high minus power
18. The most common correction for pediatric aphakia is:

    A. Spectacles
    B. Intraocular lens implant
    C. Contact lenses
    D. Patching
19. What percentage of school-age children have a vision problem?

    A. 25 percent
    B. 10 percent
    C. 50 percent
    D. Five percent
20. After reviewing the patient's history, the next pediatric vision evaluation step is:

    A. Bruckner test
    B. Streak retinoscopy
    C. Keratometry
    D. Observation for obvious problems

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
25. Please describe the office in which you work.

    A. Independent Optician
    B. Independent Optometry
    C. Chain retail
    D. HMO/Military/Other
26. Comments on this program: