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Chiropractic Doctor

Neurology 212h

Evaluation of the External Eye


  • Recall the structural anatomy of the external eye.
  • Define various functions of components of the external eye.
  • List local disorders affecting the external eye.
  • Differentiate local conditions of the external eye with cranial nerve II, III, IV, V, VI and VII.
  • Describe techniques of examination of the internal eye such illumination, observation, and special tests and their relevant clinical findings associated with local external eye disease.
  • Recognize the appearance of common eyelid conditions such as chalazion, internal and external hordeolum, blepharitis, blepharospasm, dacrocystitis, and a wide variety of others.
  • Identify and perform methods for examining the external eye for conjunctivitis, episceritis and others.
  • Perform the technique of removing a foreign body from the external eye.
  • Identify and describe pathological changes associated with disease of the cornea.

Joseph Ferezy, DC, DACAN, FIACN

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Diplomate Level;

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