A patient experiencing chronically dry eyes reports

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A patient experiencing chronically dry eyes reports having a foreign body sensation, burning, and itching. A Schirmer test is abnormal. What is the suspected cause of this patient’s symptoms based on this test finding? *a . Aqueous deficiency b. Corneal abrasion c. Evaporative disorder d. Poor eyelid closure
Which is the most common cause of orbital cellulitis in all age groups?
A patient reports bilateral burning and itching eyes for several days. The provider notes a boggy appearance to the conjunctivae, along with clear, watery discharge. The patient’s eyelids are thickened and discolored. There are no other symptoms. Which type of conjunctivitis is most likely?
d. Viral A retinal detachment would be identified by a shower of floaters with the addition of sudden flashes of light.
A patient has an elevated, yellowish-white lesion adjacent to the cornea at the 3 o’clock position of the right eye. The provider notes pinkish inflammation with dilated blood vessels surrounding the lesion. What information will the provider provide the patient about this lesion? a. Artificial tear drops are contraindicated. b. Spontaneous bleeding is likely. *c . UVB eye protection is especially important. d. Visine may be used for symptomatic relief.
A primary care provider may suspect cataract formation in a patient with which finding?
Aaron an 18 y/o male comes to the clinic with the following symptoms: nasal stuffiness, sneezing, scratchy irritated throat and hoarseness. He also complains of a low-grade fever and a cough that he has had for the past 4 days. Prevention of Aaron’s condition would include which of the following:
Bryce is a 17 y/o male who comes to the clinic with chief complaint of ear sudden onset of pain, popping noises, and muffled hearing. During the ear exam the NP notices that the TM has ruptured. The most likely diagnosis is:
Koplik spots on the buccal mucosa are pathognomonic for mumps. True * False Mikey is a 19 y/o male who is brought to the clinic because he has a fever, sore throat, pain
on swallowing and mildly enlarged submandibular nodes. The most likely diagnosis for Mikey is:
A patient who works in a furniture manufacturing shop reports a sudden onset of severe eye pain while sanding a piece of wood and now has copious tearing, redness, and light sensitivity in the affected eye. On examination, the conjunctiva appears injected, but no foreign body is visualized. What is the practitioner’s next step?

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