Test 49   (ocular anatomy)
1. The following are true about the lacrimal gland tissue:
a.  the lacrimal gland is supplied by a branch of the facial artery

b. the lacrimal gland receives parasympathetic nerve supply 
    from the oculomotor nerve

c. the gland of Krause is located in the tarsus

d. the gland of Wolfring is located in the fornix

e. the histology of the lacrimal gland is similar to the salivary 

2. Regarding the angle of the anterior chamber:
a. the Schwalbe's line marks the peripheral termination of the 
    Descemet's membrane

b. the trabecular meshwork is posterior to the Schwalbe's line.

c. the circular muscle of the ciliary muscle is inserted into the 
    scleral spur

d. less than 20% of the aqueous humour is drained through 
    the uveal outflow

e. the canal of Schlemm contains blood in patient with carotid 
    cavernous fistula


3. The tarsus:
a. contains more sebaceous glands in the upper than the lower 

b. the upper tarsus is more than twice the height of the lower 

c. has a thickness of about 1 mm

d. the upper tarsus is 5 mm longer than the lower tarsus

e. the bulbar conjunctiva is firmly adherent to the tarsus.

4. Compared with the peripheral retinal pigment epithelium, those in the 
    macula :

a. are taller

b. are thinner

c. contain more than one layer

d. contain more melanosomes

e. contain more villi


5. The following are true about the ocular blood flow:
a. the choriocapillaris has a lobular pattern

b. intravenous fluorescein shows up in the choriocapillaris 
    before the retinal artery

c. the choroid is supplied by the posterior ciliary artery

d. the choriocapillaris has fenestration

e. the choriocapillaris supplies nutrients to the photoreceptors

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