Anatomy 10 Exam 3 Review Spring 11

Anatomy 10 Exam 3 Review Spring 11 - Anatomy 10 Exam 3...

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Anatomy 10 Exam 3 Review: Please note that this is only a general guide to the third exam. There are no guarantees that everything on the test is included on the following set of review questions. All material discussed in class is fair and appropriate evaluation material. Chapter 8: Special Senses 1. What are the accessory structures of the eye? 2. What are the glands associated with the above and what do they secrete? 3. Identify the parts of the eye. 4. What are the 3 layers of the eye? 5. What structures are associated with each layer? Functions of structures? 6. What are photoreceptors? What 2 are part of the eye? 7. What is the blind spot? Fovea centralis? 8. What causes color-blindness, night-blindness, cataracts, glaucoma, conjunctivitis, hemianopia? 9. What are the 2 humors of the eye? Functions? 10. What kind of receptors detect hearing and balance? 11. Identify the parts of the ear. Functions of each? 12. What is the pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube? Where is it? How is it related to ear infection? Clinical name for ear infection? 13. What are the specialized organs for hearing and balance?
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