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Announcing The New KMK Optometry Part 2

Announcing The New KMK Optometry Part 2

What happens when you take the top Part 2 review course of Optometry students in the nation and re-imagine every aspect of the material. Say hello to the latest innovation from KMK, the new KMK part 2 course. The new KMK Part 2 course is designed directly from the...

📙 KMK Part 2 Textbook Gets A Big Boost

📙 KMK Part 2 Textbook Gets A Big Boost

KMK is thrilled to introduce the new Part 2, 7th Edition textbook that includes the latest advancements in optometry.  Led by KMK’s Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Kendra Dalton, this textbook includes significant updates to cases in the Disease/Trauma...

Introducing the New KMKGo. App 📲

Introducing the New KMKGo. App 📲

Introducing KMK Go, the #1 Optometry boards review app designed for today’s busy Optometry student.  The KMK Go app now includes access to the redesigned KMK Part 2 review course. Dominate your Part 1 and Part 2 NBEO® exams with one app, KMK Go! The new KMK Go...

The Part 1 Review Textbook That Advances With The Exam

The Part 1 Review Textbook That Advances With The Exam

KMK is proud to introduce the new Part 1, 11th Edition textbook (Discontinued) that includes the most up to date and clinically relevant information in optometry.  Led by KMK’s Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Kendra Dalton, this textbook includes...

👁 📲 KMK Optometry Image Gallery Powered By Instagram®

👁 📲 KMK Optometry Image Gallery Powered By Instagram®

(Only Available with KMK Plus or KMK Signature) It is no secret, your Part 2 exam is filled with images, and recognizing the conditions in these images is a vital component of Part 2 success.  As you may know, the case-based questions in Part 2 are presented in a...

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Which nerve would NOT be affected by a space-occupying tumor located within the muscle cone?

A paranasal sinus infection is MOST likely to spread to the orbit through which of the following bones?

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