The Eye And Ear

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Very brief overview of the eye and ear from a clinical perspective.

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The Eye And Ear

  1. 1. The Eye and Ear Clinical Perspective Nick Harvey MemorableMedicine.com
  2. 2. The ‘obvious’ eye things
  3. 3. The external eye muscles
  4. 4. What is she doing wrong?!
  5. 5. The Ear
  6. 6. The tympanic membrane (TM)
  7. 9. What is damaged in the left eye? A: trochlear B: oculomotor C: superior rectus D: lateral rectus A: trochlear
  8. 10. What’s the smallest thing you should put in your ear? A: little finger B: elbow C: cotton bud D: tongue B: elbow
  9. 11. What is damaged here? A: medial rectus B: trochlear nerve C: oculomotor nerve D: lateral rectus C: oculomotor nerve
  10. 12. What is the main bone can you see in contact with the TM? A: malleus B: stapes C: mastoid D: incus And which one?! A: malleus
  11. 13. Light reflex cone Tympanic membrane (right) Handle of malleus Incus Stapes Umbo Flaccid part Tense part

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