CENTRAL FLORIDA OPHTHALMIC PERSONNEL SOCIETY
Winter 2023 Meeting
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Pupils. What They Can Tell Us?
1. What is the primary muscle in dilation?
B. Superior oblique
C. Dilator pupillae
D. Inferior oblique
2. What is the primary muscle in constriction?
A. Muller’s muscle
B. Sphincter pupillae
D. Medial rectus
3. The fight-or-flight response causes the pupil to _______?
C. Marcus Gunn reaction
4. What’s the name of the nucleus associated with the light reflex?
A. Edinger-Westphal nucleus
B. Preauricular node
C. Constrictor ganglion
D. Optic nerve
5. Argyle-Robertson pupillary reaction most indicative of what?
D. Herpes Zoster
6. Horner’s Syndrome describes what triad of symptoms?
A. Mydriasis, Grave’s disease, and tinnitus
B. Miosis, anhydrous and ptosis
C. Esotropia, headache and lash loss
D. Blepharospasm, dilated pupils and blepharitis
7. True or false, synechia can be observed during a pupil exam?
8. Name a procedure that can cause a surgically altered shape to the pupil.
B. Lateral relaxing incisions
D. Yag capsulotomy
9. True or false, a rapid afferent pupillary defect may be a sign of multiple sclerosis?
10. True or false, pupils tend to get larger with age?
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