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Module 3 Exam - Requires RespondusLockDown Browser +Time Limit60 MinutesRequires Respondus LockDown BrowserAttempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 146 minutes48 out of 100 **Some questions not yet gradedScore for this quiz:48out of 100 *Submitted Jun 10 at 12:17amThis attempt took 46 minutes.Question 12 / 2 ptsWhat senses contain specialized receptor cells via specialized somatic and visceralafferents?SmellTouchEquilibriumCorrect!A&C
Question 2Not yet graded / 2 pts
The posterior portion of the outer fibrous layer of the eye is called the _____.
Question 32 / 2 ptsThe middle layer of the eye includes which regions?
Question 42 / 2 ptsTrue or false: Cones operate best in dim light.
Question 50 / 2 ptsWhat is the correct order of how light passes through the eye?
Cornea, Lens, pupil, retinaLens, retina, cornea, pupilCorrect AnswerCornea, aqueous humor, lens, retinaYou AnsweredLens, vitreous fluid, cornea, retinaQuestion 6Not yet graded / 5 ptsA patient is found to have blindness of the right visual field of both eyes. What part of thevision pathway was most likely damaged?Explain your response.A. Left optic nerveB. Right optic nerveC. Left LGND. Right LGNYour Answer:C. Left LGNBecause all the sensory information from right visual field travels together after the opticnerve chiasm to the left side of the brain.CAll the sensory information from the right visual fields travels together after theoptic chiasm to the left side of the brain.
Question 7Not yet graded / 5 ptsA patient is found to have blindness in the right eye. What part of the vision pathway wasmost likely damaged?Explain your response.

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Facial nerve, olfactory tract, optic nerve

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