Test 202  (Ocular anatomy)
1. The following are true about the superior orbital fissure:
a. it is bordered by the greater wing of the sphenoid 

b. it lies entirely in the lateral wall of the orbit

c. it transmits the superior ophthalmic vein which lies 

d. it contains the lacrimal nerve which lies superior and 
    lateral to the trochlear nerve

e. its widest part is situated medially


2. Regarding the cervical part of the sympathetic trunk:
a. it extends from the base of the skull to just inferior to 
    the second rib

b. it lies anterior to the transverse processes of the 
    cervical vertebrae

c. it lies behind the carotid sheath

d. it possesses three ganglia

e. the stellate ganglion is formed by the fusion between 
    the inferior cervical ganglia and the first thoracic 


3. The ophthalmic artery:
a. is the first branch of the internal carotid artery

b. arises from the internal carotid artery within the 
    cavernous sinus

c. lies within the meningeal sheath throughout its whole 

d. provides arterial blood supply to the face

e. lies below and lateral to the optic nerve as it passes 
    through the optic canal

. 4. The episclera:
a. forms the Tenon's capsule of the globe

b. receives a rich blood supply anteriorly from the anterior 
    ciliary artery

c. becomes progressively thinner towards the posterior 

d. contains dense connective tissue 

e. is derived from the mesenchyme 

5. The lamina cribrosa:
a. is part of the sclera

b. transmits the retinal artery and vein

c. is resistant to stretching

d. marks the point beyond which the ganglion cells 
    are myelinated.

e. contains photoreceptors on its inner surface

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