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|1. In the tiny foveola, at the center of the fovea, there are approximately how many cones?|
|2. Between the iris and the crystalline lens is located what?|
|3. The seventh layer of the retina, containing the axons of bipolar cells and amacrine cells and the dendrites of ganglion cells, is known by what name?|
|4. What is the ring-like tendon, located in the nasal orbit, through which the superior oblique passes?|
|5. As an increasing amount of light enters the eye, the pupil does what?|
|6. What severely blinding disorder results from a loss of the arterial blood supply to the optic nerve of one eye?|
|7. Which of these usually cause(s) a profound loss of vision?|
|8. What ocular tissue provides protection for the eye and serves as an attachment for the extraocular muscles which move the eye?|
|9. Which disorder is caused by an accumulation of fluid under the retina and seems to be linked to chronic stress?|
|10. Which type of inflammation in the body would not be a suspect in causing an iritis or uveitis?|
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