Ophthalmology Quizzes Online & Trivia

A comprehensive database of more than 12 ophthalmology quizzes online, test your knowledge with ophthalmology quiz questions. Our online ophthalmology trivia quizzes can be adapted to suit your requirements for taking some of the top ophthalmology quizzes.

No matter the time of day, try your hand (and brain) at one or all of our trivia and quiz games on offer. For friendly competition from sports to health to music, our comprehensive category range encompass such a wide variety that there are fun entertaining quizzes to suit all tastes and interests.

The quizzes on ophthalmology test the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the eye. Did you know the word ophthalmology comes from the Greek roots "ophthalmos"? Can you name the different type of eye surgeries available? No matter whether you are a health buff or just enjoy increasing your general knowledge, playing trivia and quiz games are a challenging and entertaining way to enjoy yourself and heighten your mood.

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  • A 41 y/o males comes into your office complaining that he can't see as well as he used to when reading a book but his vision is fine for distance.  What is the most likely Dx?
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