Butterworth Heinemann

Butterworth Heinemann's Review Questions for the NBEO Examination: Part Two

Approximately 1,000 multiple-choice questions with explanatory answers prepare the reader to pass Part II of the national, state, or local boards, or obtain state licensure. Organized by topic, this resource follows the format and proportional question breakdown of the actual exam, helping the reader prepare effectively and efficiently for this challenging test. The companion CD-ROM provides further practice with 500 additional questions, answers, and rationales.

Paperback, 416 Pages

Published: November 2005

Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann

ISBN: 978-0-7506-7566-6

Contents

  • A. Systemic Conditions
    1. General Health
    2. Neurological System
    3. Musculoskeletal System
    4. Skin and Hair
    5. Head and Neck
    6. Hematopoietic System
    7. Immunologic System
    8. Cardiovascular System
    9. Renal and Urogenital System
    10. Gastrointestinal System
    11. Liver and Biliary Tract
    12. Endocrine/Metabolic System
    13. Reproductive System
    14. Respiratory System
    15. Nutrition
    16. Mental Illness and Behavioral Disorders
    17. Infectious Diseases
    18. Congenital/Hereditary Conditions

    B. Ocular Disease/Trauma
    1. Orbit, Adnexa, Lacrimal System
    2. Cornea/External Disease
    3. Glaucoma
    4. Lens/Cataract
    5. Uveitis, Sclera/Episclera
    6. Retina/Vitreous
    7. Neuro-Ophthalmic Disorders

    C. Refractive/Oculomotor/Sensory Integrative Conditions
    1. Anomalies of Refraction: Ametropia
    2. Anomalies of Refraction: Presbyopia
    3. Anomalies of Refraction: Aphakia, Pseudophakia, and Aniseikonia
    4. Low Vision
    5. Sensory Anomalies of Binocular Vision/Strabismus
    6. Anomalies of Eye Movement
    7. Anomalies of Accommodation and Accommodative Vergence
    8. Refractive Correction Applications

    D. Perceptual Conditions
    1. Anomalies of Child Development
    2. Anomalies of the Aging Adult
    3. Anomalies Secondary to Acquired Neurological Impairment
    4. Anomalies of Color Vision (Inherited, Acquired)

    E. Public Health
    1. Epidemiology
    2. Biostatistics and Measurement
    3. Environmental Vision
    4. Health Care Policy and Administration

    F. Legal and Ethical Issues
    1. Licensure and Governmental Regulation of Optometry
    2. Standards of Professional Ethics
    3. Patient Records
    4. Confidentiality of Patient Information
    5. Professional Liability
    6. Visual Disability

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