Test 125 (Ocular anatomy)
1. Parasympathetic innervation of the lacrimal gland travel through 
    the following structures: 
a. styloid foramen

b. pterygopalatine fossa

c. greater petrosal nerve

d. geniculate ganglion

e. chorda tympani

2. With regard to normal eyelashes:
a. the eyelashes intertwine during lid closure

b. there are twice as many eyelashes in the upper than in the lower lid

c. the eyelashes of the upper lid are longer

d. the eyelashes take 3 to 5 months to grow

e. the glands of Zeiss open into the hair follicles of eyelashes.

3. The following are true about orbicularis oculi:
a. the orbital part is responsible for blinking

b. contraction of the palpebral part of the orbicularis 
    oculi is important in tear drainage.

c. it is innervated by the facial nerve

d. paralysis causes ectropion 

e. paralysis causes upper lid retraction

4. The short ciliary nerves supply:
a. the dilator pupillae

b. the sphincter pupillae

c. the cornea

d. the ciliary muscle

e. the lens

5. A lesion in the inferior division of the oculomotor 
    nerve results in:

a. ptosis

b. dilated pupil

c. problem with accommodation

d. hypertropia

e. lateral deviation of the globe.

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