JUN 2017

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8 CME questions (circle the correct answer) Copyright 2017 ASCRS Ophthalmic Corporation. All rights reserved. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the editor, editorial board, or the publisher, and in no way imply endorsement by EyeWorld or ASCRS. To take this test online and claim credit, go to bit.ly/2pyQ2Id or complete the test below and fax, mail, or email it in. 1. In dry eye disease, the corneal topography will most often demonstrate: a. Flatter keratometry b. Steeper keratometry c. Irregular mires d. Inferior corneal steepening 2. In a 34-year-old woman seeking LASIK, which tear osmolarity measurement is most indicative of dry eye? a. Tear osmolarity less than 300 b. Tear osmolarity of 304 OD and 305 OS c. A disparity of 7 mOsm or less between the two eyes d. Tear osmolarity greater than 308 3. A 64-year-old patient preparing for cataract surgery is using a regimen of warm compresses, lid hygiene, artificial tears, and lifitegrast. What would be an appropriate time frame to expect stable biometry measurements? a. 1 week b. 1 month c. 3 months d. 6 months 4. A man in his mid-50s is complaining about fluctuating vision. If the patient questionnaire indicates additional testing is necessary, which sequence would be INCORRECT? a. MMP-9, tear osmolarity, and meibography b. Tear osmolarity, MMP-9, and meibography c. Pupil dilation, tear osmolarity, and MMP-9 d. Non-contact applanation, tear osmolarity, and MMP-9 5. In a 47-year-old woman with dry eye and arthritic symptoms, which method CANNOT be used to diagnose aqueous deficient dry eye? a. Tear meniscus b. Tear osmolarity c. Corneal staining d. Meibography To claim credit, please fax the test and fully completed form by December 31, 2017 to 703-547-8842, email to GPearson@ascrs.org, or mail to: EyeWorld, 4000 Legato Road, Suite 700, Fairfax, VA 22033, Attn: June 2017 CME Supplement ASCRS Member ID (optional): First/Last Name/Degree: Practice: Address: City, State, Zip, Country: Phone: Email: Please print email address legibly, as CME certificate will be emailed to the address provided. Advanced diagnostics in action: Identifying ocular surface disease in cataract and refractive patients

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