A left eye blindness because there is damage to the

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A Left eye blindness because there is damage to the left optic nerve. Information from the left visual field has not yet crossed at the optic chiasm. Both peripheral and nasal fields of the left eye would be missing.
Question 8 3 / 3 pts True or False: The lateral fibers of the optic nerves cross at the optic chiasm.
medial fibers cross Question 9 3 / 3 pts The ________ is controlled by the abducens nerve.
Question 10 4 / 4 pts Your elderly patient is discussing her vision problems. She describes her vision as cloudy and dark. Her vision has progressively worsened over the last year. What most likely is causing the vision problem? Explain your reasoning.
Cataracts, due to lens that slowly become hardened over time. Light is not able to be refracted onto the retina. Question 11 10 / 10 pts Match the numbers (1-5) in the figure below with the correct terms (A-H). Note: not all terms will be used. 1- A: Cochlear Nerve 2- B: Facial Nerve 3- C: Tympanic Membrane 4- D: Cochlea 5- E: Malleus F: Vestibule G: Semicircular canal H: Incus
Correct! 1 Correct! 2 Correct! 3 Correct! 4 Correct! 5 Other Incorrect Match Options: F. Vestibule G. Semicircular canal A. Cochlear Nerve Question 12 3 / 3 pts Which of the following statements is false regarding the external ear? The lobule does not contain cartilage. The auricle funnels sound into the external acoustic meatus. B. Facial Nerve E. Malleus D. Cochlea C. Tympanic Membrane H. Incus
The helix contains cartilage. Correct! The external acoustic meatus travels through the parietal bone. Travels through the temporal bone Question 13 3 / 3 pts Which of the following statements is false regarding the middle ear?

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