Anatomy Basics Simulation


Categories: JCAHPO Certified
Includes lifetime access

Course Overview

This course is
intended for training beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels on
the anatomy and physiology of the eye.

This course teaches the following:

This course is in power point
format and includes multiple simulations to aid in your understanding
of the anatomy of the eye. Please note that you will need the most
updated power point viewer on your computer to view slides- this can be
downloaded for free by using the link on our homepage.

  • Identify the bones of the orbit
  • List the openings in the orbital structure
  • Identify the sinuses and their placement
  • Describe the layers of the cornea
  • List the average power of the cornea
  • Identify the Ciliary body, iris, and Choroid and Uveal tissue on a diagram
  • List the 6 extraocular muscles and their primary functions
  • Identify which intrinsic muscles are responsible for pupil dilation and pupil constriction
  • Explain the path of aqueous humor in the anterior segment
  • Identify the layers of the lens
  • Describe the function of the zonules
  • List facts about the posterior segment and the vitreous
  • List the photoreceptor cells in the retina
  • Identify
    the cornea, iris, pupil, anterior segment, retina, Choroid, Ciliary
    body, Vitreous cavity, and zonules on a diagram of the eye
  • List
    which eyelid muscle, gland, or ligament is responsible for uupper lid
    elevation, closure, lower lid closure, and tear film production

Here is what some ophthalmic personnel who took this course had to say:

“Excellent” E.C., COT

“It’s always nice to have a refresher course.” T.H., COA

“Found animation of muscles very helpful.” C.C., COT

course includes a post test for review of material and assesment for
those taking it for training purposes. Sucessful completion of the open
book online post test is required to pass.
If you do not pass the post test the first time, you may take it a
second time at no charge.

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