Unraveling Amblyopia, Strabismus, Phorias and Tropias

1. The perceptual blending of two similar images, received by the brain from right and left eyes, into one image.
2. Mainly found in children, this is when the brain may learn to ignore images from the weaker eye resulting in amblyopia (loss of vision; lazy eye) and depth perception problems.
3. Binocular vision requires correct image formation on the macula fovea of our two ______:
4. This is a non-surgical way of working to improve vision by working with the eyes and the brain.
5. What is broken during the alternate cover test?
6. The part of the brain where visual processing occurs.
7. The movement of two eyes in opposite directions:
8. This is similar to an imaginary plane that passes through the rotation center of the eye.
9. If there is a deviation being held by fusion, the examining doctor can detect by:
10. This/these keep an object in view, lined up with the fovea of the retina:
11. When one eye has significant unequal correction than the other eye it is called:_____,
12. Treatment of this ocular functional deficiency can be in the form of ocular muscle surgery.
13. Stereopsis means:
14. If a patient's eye is turning in it is called a/an:
15. Straight or normal ocular alignment is called:
16. Adduction is turning:
17. This condition is when both eyes do not look at the same place at the same time.
18. An eye turned upward, is called a/an:
19. A tendency of an eye to drift is called a/an
20. All eye movements are rotations around one or more axes. The axes that pass through the center of the eye is referred to as:
Evaluation Questions
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.