A Little Last Minute Eye Work and Some Thoughts for the Pounds

I really liked my idea last year of renting out pit bulls for New Year’s Eve parties.  Driving under the influence is 10 000 times more lethal to humans than pit bulls are.  I love the breed – very affectionate dogs.  Duke, who walked halfway across the state of New York with me (mostly off-leash), was one of my favorites.  Casey was of course my first pit love.  Tammy, was a beautiful little sweetheart, that loved me to death.  She would climb onto my lap to act as an airbag (if I let her, which of course I didn’t), as if to say, if you go, I do to.  And then there are Peaches and Brownie, two other pit bulls that I used to walk regularly.   William and Gordo, the pitbull puppies picked up on the side of the interstate…  The abandoned litters I’ve raised… These were the pure pits, and there were in addition, lots of mixed dogs, too, part pits.  Prince, Michaela, Macey, Scottie (maybe…).

I put together a gen_eye_facts.txt file for the heart 0.1 program:

01c: ANSWER: frontal bone QUESTION: The uppermost bone that helps to form the orbital cavity is the _________ _______.
02c: ANSWER: zygomatic bone QUESTION: The most lateral bone that helps to form the orbital cavity is the __________ ________.
03c: ANSWER: maxilla bone QUESTION: The second largest bone that forms the orbital cavity and connects it to the teeth is the ________ ________.
04c: ANSWER: sphenoidal bone QUESTION: The ________ ________ has 2 wings (a lesser wing and a greater wing) that form the back of the orbital cavity.
05c: ANSWER: lacrimal bone QUESTION: The _________ ________ connects the frontal bone to the maxilla bone on the medial side of the orbital cavity.
06c: ANSWER: ethmoidal bone QUESTION: The _________ ________ has an orbital plate in addition to its 2 plates that help to form the nasal cavity.
07c: ANSWER: palatine bone QUESTION: The _________ _______ is the bone with the smallest surface area impacting the orbital cavity in the rear.
08c: ANSWER: palpebral QUESTION: The orbicularis oculi muscle has 2 parts: an exterior orbital part, and an interior __________ part.
10c: ANSWER: ophthalmic QUESTION: The __________ artery splits into the supratrochelar artery and the dorsal nasal artery just above the lacrimal duct.
11c: ANSWER: Rod QUESTION: ____ cells are concentrated primarily in the periphery of the retina, used for peripheral vision, and responsible for night vision.
12c: ANSWER: Cone QUESTION: _______ cells are more concentrated in the macula of the retina.
13c: ANSWER: inversion QUESTION: The image that is projected onto the retina on both sides is normally virtually identical if one disregards visual fields.  It is related to the original object through a central point of _________.
14c: ANSWER: lateral geniculate bodies QUESTION: The optic nerves cross at the optic chiasm and descend the optic tracts to the ________ _________ ________.
15c: ANSWER: abducent QUESTION: The three nerves that innervate the extrinsic eye muscles are the occulomotor nerve(III), the trochlear nerve (IV), and the ______ nerve (VI).
16c: ANSWER: trochlear QUESTION: The _______ nerve innervates the superior oblique muscle of the eye.
17c: ANSWER: lateral rectus QUESTION: The ________ ________ muscle is innervated by the abducent nerve (VI).
18c: ANSWER: occulomotor QUESTION: Most (5) of the muscles of the eye  are innervated by the ___________ nerve (III).
19c: ANSWER: lens QUESTION: In an eyball sectioned in the coronal plane, the centralmost structure will be the _______.
20c: ANSWER: dilator pupillae QUESTION: The _________ _________ and sphincter pupillae muscles are extensions of the ciliary muscle.
21c: ANSWER: hyaloid canal QUESTION: The ________ _________ divides the vitreus body in two.
22c: ANSWER: fovea centralis QUESTION: The ______ __________ is the central part of the macula, responsible for the sharpest vision.
23c: ANSWER: cone QUESTION: The cells of the retina that are responsible for color vision are the ______ cells.
24c: ANSWER: choroid QUESTION A thin layer (0.5-0.1 mm thick) of light receptor cells covers the inner suface of the _______.
25c: ANSWER: aqueous humor QUESTION: The anterior chamber of the eye is filled with a clear fluid called ______ _______.
26c: ANSWER: angle QUESTION: Aqueous humor leaves the anterior chamber of the eye through channels of the eye located near the anterior chamber ______.
27c: ANSWER: Glaucoma QUESTION: ____________ occurs when the pressure of the aqueous humor in the anterior chamber of the eye rises to the point where it damages the optic nerve.
28c: ANSWER: iris sphincter QUESTION: There are 2 muscles that control the iris: one of these is the ______ _________, with circularly arranged fibers.
29c: ANSWER: Mydriasis QUESTION: ___________ or enlargement of the pupils can be a symptom of stroke or drug use, or trauma.
30c: ANSWER: iris dilator QUESTION: There are 2 muscles that control the iris: one of these is the ______ _________, with radially arranged fibers.
31c: ANSWER: Sympathetic QUESTION: _________ stimulation of the adrenergic receptors causes contraction of the pupil dilator, which dilates the eyes.
32c: ANSWER: Parasympathetic QUESTION: __________ stimulation causes contraction of the iris sphincter muscle, and constriction of the pupil.

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