Neurology Quiz #43: Eye Anatomy and Physiology

1. A 55-year-old man presents to the clinic complaining of progressive difficulty reading small print over the past year. He has no history of diabetes or hypertension. Examination reveals normal visual acuity when he uses reading glasses. Which part of the eye is primarily responsible for the condition described? 

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2. A 22-year-old woman is brought to the emergency room after a chemical splash injury to her eye. Which part of the eye is most immediately at risk of damage from the chemical injury, potentially leading to blindness if not promptly treated? 

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3. During an anatomy lab, a medical student examines the eye of a cadaver and notices a structure that is richly vascularized and provides nourishment to the outer layers of the retina. Which of the following structures is being observed? 

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4. A 30-year-old man presents to the clinic with a complaint of seeing "halos" around lights at night. Examination reveals increased intraocular pressure. Which structure is most likely dysfunctional in this patient, leading to his symptoms? 

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5. During a routine eye examination, a patient is found to have an increased cup-to-disc ratio on fundoscopic examination. This finding is most closely associated with damage to which part of the eye? 

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