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Two significant developments in the field of soft lenses have enhanced the clinicians tools for solving soft lens problems. These are:
During the 1990s _____________ became the modality of choice for the majority of first time wearers.
In the 1990s the emergence of silicone hydrogel lenses addressed a major problem not solved by the initial generation of hydrogel disposable lenses. This was:
A grading scale may be used:
The use of fluorescein:
The introduction of ______________ and its ability to be used with a soft lens in the eye has helped to increase the use of fluorescein as a diagnostic tool.
The configuration of corneal punctate staining may be used to identify:
________________can arise from excessive pressure on the cornea from the contact lens.
________________ of the lens represent the most common areas of bearing
Isolated areas of staining can occur as the result of:
________________ may be secondary to a foreign body stain.
Lens deposits as well as trapped epithelial debris may result in:
________________ may also be a source of punctate staining in hydrogel lens patients.
Incomplete lid closure when blinking may result in:
_______________ may develop as the result of solution sensitivity.
Clinical signs of corneal edema secondary to hydrogel lens wear:
The use of silicone hydrogel lenses for daily wear or overnight wear has virtually __________ corneal hypoxia in most patients
Epithelial microycysts are a complication found with:
The current standard of care for managing patients with hydrogel lens-induced corneal edema is:
A lens with minimal or no lens movement on the cornea may result in:
Which of the following can cause conjunctival injection related to contact lens wear?
Which of the following causes of conjunctival injection is most likely related to contact lens wear?
The cause of injection related to contact lens use can be limited if based upon:
Immediate injection with burning on insertion is most likely related to:
As the wearing time increases over the period of a day with DW or over the period of days with EW , corneal hypoxia, a tight or damaged lens may result in:
The presence of a vascular response to contact lens wear is can be caused by:
One of the most effective means of controlling vascularization is through fitting the patient with ____________ lenses.
The following symptoms describe ________ GPC. Minimal mucus; moderate itching; slight lens awareness; slight decrease in vision through the lens.
Contact lens-induced Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis:
One step, multipurpose solutions may enhance compliance if:
The FDA recently recommended:
SEAL stands for:
Daily surfactant or weekly enzyme cleaning may be required in order to:
Placing a hydrogel lens on the eye results in:
Compared to that of a GP contact lens, the exchange of new tears under the soft lens is:
How does a patient describe injection:
What is considered a solution free lens?
After removing a damaged lens, what should the lens fitter do?
Injection located in a specific area of the eye usually: