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How do you know whether you are looking at corneal scarring in the fundoscopic exam?



A. A thin grayish white arc or circle is present near the edge of the cornea
B. Greyness surrounded by a black rim is noticeable with a flashlight when the pupil is dilated
C. A grayish white opacity is visible superficially
D. Spokelike shadows pointing inward are visible with an opthalmoscope or a flashlight

This question is part of PD written exam 2 practice quiz

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Wyatt Williams

Wyatt Williams

Answered on Mar 07, 2018

A grayish white opacity is visible superficially

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