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CHAPTER PAGE I External Examination of the Eye and its Adnexa
Subjective or Functional Examination of the Eye
Objective Examination of the Eye Conducted in the Dark Room Oblique Illumination the Ophthalmoscope Transillumination and the Corneal Micros...
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accommodation acute affected amblyopia angle arteries asthenopia astigmatism atrophy atropine axis become blood-vessels capsule cataract cause central chamber changes choroid chronic ciliary body color concave congenital congestion conjunctiva conjunctivitis convergence convex cornea cylinder defect deviation dilated diopters diplopia disease disk distance ectropion enucleation errors of refraction esophoria examination exudate eyeball fibers field foreign body frequently fundus glasses glaucoma hemorrhages hyperopia illumination incision inflammation injection injury instilled intraocular iridectomy iridocyclitis iris iritis junctiva keratitis lacrimal lacrimal sac later layer lens lenses light limbus macula margin membrane meridian muscle myopia nasal neuritis normal object occasionally occurs ocular opacities operation ophthalmoscope optic nerve orbit panophthalmitis paralysis patient perforation pigment Plate portion posterior present prism pupil purulent rays rectus result retina retinoscope sclera scotoma seen solution sometimes squint surface sutures swelling symptoms tension tion tissue treatment tumor ulcer upper lid usually uveitis vessels vision visual efficiency vitreous wound