How Much Do You Know About Your Eye Check-Up?

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Question 1 of 11

How often should healthy adults under 40 have their eyes checked?

AAnnually.
BBi-Monthly.
CEvery four years.
DEvery two years.
AAnnually.
BBi-Monthly.
CEvery four years.
DEvery two years.
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Question 2 of 11

How often should older adults, around 60 years old, have their eyes checked?

AAnnually.
BEvery four months.
CEvery 18 months.
DNo need if not experiencing any vision problems.
AAnnually.
BEvery four months.
CEvery 18 months.
DNo need if not experiencing any vision problems.
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Question 3 of 11

What should you bring to your eye exam?

AList of your current prescription and non-prescription medications.
BAny corrective eyeglasses and contact lens prescriptions.
CVision insurance if available.
DAll of the above.
AList of your current prescription and non-prescription medications.
BAny corrective eyeglasses and contact lens prescriptions.
CVision insurance if available.
DAll of the above.
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Question 4 of 11

What does a reading chart test?

AVisual acuity.
BVisual depth.
CVisual focus.
DAll of the above.
AVisual acuity.
BVisual depth.
CVisual focus.
DAll of the above.
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Question 5 of 11

What is an extraocular movement test?

AA test that measures eye pressure.
BA test that measures how your pupils respond to light.
CA test that measures visual distance.
DA test that measures the muscles that control eye movement.
AA test that measures eye pressure.
BA test that measures how your pupils respond to light.
CA test that measures visual distance.
DA test that measures the muscles that control eye movement.
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Question 6 of 11

What do pupillary tests reveal?

AHow big your pupils can get.
BVisual depth.
COverall health of the eyes and body, including neurological problems.
DCorneal defects.
AHow big your pupils can get.
BVisual depth.
COverall health of the eyes and body, including neurological problems.
DCorneal defects.
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Question 7 of 11

The cover test is performed to measure how well your eyes work together.

ATrue
BFalse
ATrue
BFalse
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Question 8 of 11

A refraction test is a specialized test used to test only for astigmatism.

ATrue
BFalse
ATrue
BFalse
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Question 9 of 11

Cataracts can be diagnosed using which test?

APupillary tests.
BGetting your eyes dilated.
CSlit lamp exam.
DNone of the above.
APupillary tests.
BGetting your eyes dilated.
CSlit lamp exam.
DNone of the above.
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Question 10 of 11

Why is testing for eye pressure important?

ABecause if your eye pressure is higher than normal, you are at risk for developing glaucoma.
BBecause it helps measure whether or not you can wear contact lenses.
CBecause your visual focus is directly associated with eye pressure.
DAll of the above.
ABecause if your eye pressure is higher than normal, you are at risk for developing glaucoma.
BBecause it helps measure whether or not you can wear contact lenses.
CBecause your visual focus is directly associated with eye pressure.
DAll of the above.
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Question 11 of 11

Getting your pupils dilated with special eye drops is an optional part of a comprehensive eye exam and should be done only about every couple of years.

ATrue
BFalse
ATrue
BFalse
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