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How many hours is the NBEO® Optometry ACMO® Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry Exam?
The NBEO® Optometry ACMO® Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry Exam is 4.5 hours.
How many questions is the NBEO® Optometry ACMO® Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry Exam?
The NBEO® Optometry ACMO® Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry Exam is 160 questions.
What topics are covered on the NBEO® Optometry ACMO® Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry Exam?
Topics include: Color ophthalmic photographs, Laboratory analysis, Radiologic imaging, NFL analysis, Optic nerve topography, OCT, Visual fields, Fluorescein angiography, A- and B- scan ultrasonography, Ultrasound biomicroscopy, and Red free, infrared and autofluorescence imaging
NBEO® Optometry ACMO® Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry Exam MCQs (1,195)
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In 1925, Austrian ophthalmologist Maximilian Salzmann reported on a nodular degeneration secondary to phlyctenular or trachomatous keratitis.
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The Amsler Grid is a square-shaped grid used to detect or monitor metamorphopsia or scotoma involving the central visual field in various disorders ...
Bacterial keratitis or corneal ulcer is an infection of the corneal tissue caused by varied bacterial species. It can be an acute, chronic, or tran ...
Nicotinic ganglion receptors found in the autonomic ganglia are involved in both sympathetic and parasympathetic transmission. These receptors clas ...
Blepharochalasis syndrome (BS) is an uncommon condition characterized by recurrent episodes of periocular edema in young patients. The first report ...
A stye, also known as a hordeolum, is a common problem involving the eye seen in both primary and urgent care setting. It is a painful, acute infec ...
Pseudophakic bullous keratopathy (PBK) is characterized by the development of irreversible corneal edema after cataract surgery. The initial insult ...
Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin essential in cell development, metabolism, immune competency, vision, and reproductive functions.
Acute anterior uveitis, also known as iritis, is the inflammation of the anterior or posterior chamber and iris. It is not a true ocular emerg ...
Periorbital cellulitis, also known as preseptal cellulitis, is a skin and soft tissue infection around that eye that is anterior to the orbital sep ...
Neurofibromatosis is a neurocutaneous disorder characterized by tumors in the nervous system and skin. Neurofibromatosis types 1 and 2 are the most ...
Papilledema is a disease entity that refers to the swelling of the optic disc due to elevated intracranial pressure (ICP). This term sho ...
White centered retinal hemorrhages, also known as Roth spots, were first described by Moritz Roth, a Swiss physician in 1872. However, it was not u ...
Retinoblastoma is an uncommon type of malignancy occurring in 1 per 18000 childbirths, but it is ...
Thomas J Stokkermans OD, PhD Assistant Professor Director Optometry Division University Hospitals of Cleveland Fellow Of the American Academy of Optometry (F.A.A.O.) Cleveland OH
Munish Sharma MD, OD Asstistant Professor Western University of Health Sciences FAAO Rancho Cucamonga CA
Scott P Drexler OD Assistant Professor University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh PA
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