Eye Anatomy MCQs with Answers

Eye Anatomy MCQs

Hello students, our today’s topic is eye anatomy. The human eye can be divided into two parts that are layers and structures present inside. The layers part of human eye mainly consists of outermost part, middle part and Inner part. The outermost layer of eye consists of two parts.

The sclera and cornea are those outer most layer. The highly vascular layer is present inside the outermost layer. These layer brings oxygen and nutrition for the other layers.

The following MCQs will help you to understand more about Eye anatomy.

MCQ. 1):The …………………………………………………..Is a specialized sense organ which helps to understand environment.

a) Ear

b) Eye

c) Nose

d) Mouth

MCQ. 2): The human eyes are situated in the ………………………………………………………….

a)Orbital cavity

b)Lenses

c) Posterior chamber

d)Anterior chamber

MCQ. 3):Which of the following gland produces tears which lubricate and shows germicidal effect?

a)Salivary glands

b)Aebaceus gland

c)Lacrimal gland

d)Parotid gland

MCQ. 4):Which part of the human eye protects against perspiration and direct rays of light?

a) Eyelashes

b) Eyeballs

c) Eyebrows

d) All of them

MCQ. 5): The ………………………………………………………… are located outside of the eye and controls eye movement.

a) Intrinsic muscles

b) Extrinsic muscles

c) Cardiac muscles

d) Ventral muscles

MCQ. 6): Which of the following helps to hold the lens in place and present inside the eye?

a) Intrinsic muscles

b) Extrinsic muscles

c) Ventral muscles

d) Cardiac muscles

MCQ. 7): A ………………………………………………………….Supplies blood vessels to the eye and prevents reflection of light in the eye.

a) Choroid layer

b) Sclera

c) Sclerotic coat

d) Cornea

MCQ. 8): Which of the following is responsible for the conversion of light into nerve impulses in the eye?

a) Eyeball

b) Conjucta

c) Retina

d) Cornea

MCQ. 9): ………………………………………………………. is flexible, biconvex and produces an image on the retina in the eye?

a) Lens

b) Eyelids

c) Eyelashes

d) Eyebrows

MCQ. 10):The junction between cornea and sclera is called as ………………………………………………………….

a) Anterior chamber

b) Limbus

c) Lens

d) None of above

 

Answer

1) b) Eye

2) a) Orbital cavity

3) c) Lacrimal gland

4) c) Eyebrows

5) b) Extrinsic muscles

6) a) Intrinsic muscles

7) a) Choroid layer

8) c) Retina

9) a) Lens

10) b) Limbus

 

MCQ.11): Which of the following is filled with aqueous humor and present at the junction of the cornea and iris?

a) Limbus

b) Lenses

c) Eyebrows

d) Anterior chamber

MCQ.12):The ……………………………………… consists of iris, choroid, ciliary body and middle vascular coat of the eye.

a)Uvea

b)Lens

c) Iris

d)Pupil

MCQ. 13): Which of the following is responsible for the regulation of pupil?

a)Iris smooth muscles

b)Vascular tissue

c)Zonules

d)Cortex and nucleus

MCQ.14): Which part of the Uvea nourishes the outer portion of retina and posteriorly present?

a)Choroid

b)Ciliary body

c)Vitreous

d)Lobule

MCQ.15): Which of the following part is shock absorber and serves as path of nutrient to the lens and inner part of retina?

a) Vitreous

b) Choroid

c) Uvea

d) Ciliary body

MCQ.16): ……………………………………………………….Acts as movable folds and pumping effect tear drainage.

a) Eyebrows

b) Eyeballs

c) Eyelids

d) Eye

MCQ.17): Which of the following has goblet cells and non-keratinized squamous epithelium?

a) Bony orbit

b) Eyelids

c) Conjuctiva

d) Optic nerve

MCQ.18): How many muscles are responsible to control the eye movements?

a) Two

b) Four

c) Six

d) Eight

MCQ.19): Which muscle is responsible for rotation of eye on both downward and inward the nose?

a) Medical rectus

b) Superior oblique

c) Lateral rectus

d) Superior rectus

MCQ.20): Which of the following secrets oil that prevent lids from sticking together?

a) Eyelids

b) Eyelashes

c) Eyeballs

d) Eyebrows

MCQ.21): ……………………………………… is part of sclerotic coat and consists of lots of nerve endings.

a) Eyelids

b) Conjuctiva

c) Cornea

d) Intrinsic muscle

 

Answer

11) d) Anterior chamber

12) a) Uvea

13) a) Iris smooth muscles

14) a) Choroid

15) a) Vitreous

16) c) Eyelids

17) c) Conjuctiva

18) c) Six

19) b) Superior oblique

20) b) Eyelashes

21) c) Cornea


Updated: June 21, 2021 — 2:48 pm

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