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KMK Optometry Boards Review Questions Powered By Twitter®

KMK Optometry Boards Review Questions Powered By Twitter®

#KMKTYK In talking to Optometry students across the country, we know you’re busier than ever before.  We remember the stress of just trying to keep up with the normal class schedule and exams – when you add boards prep to everything else, it can feel...

The KMK Optometry Signature Difference

The KMK Optometry Signature Difference

You’re a busy optometry student who is starting to think about the Part 1 NBEO® exam.  You’ve heard about the KMK Optometry  Signature® course, but you aren’t sure if it’s the right course for you.  You may be wondering how is the...

KMK Optometry Student Performance All In One

KMK Optometry Student Performance All In One

KMK Optometry is excited to introduce another awesome addition to the KMK Part 1 and Part 2 courses – the KMK Optometry Student Performance® Dashboard!  Available through your browser and in the newly released KMKGo. app, the KMK Optometry Student...

KMK Optometry Part 2 – 5 Step Process For Studying

KMK Optometry Part 2 – 5 Step Process For Studying

We know you are crazy busy and we are excited to simplify Part 2 for you!  Good news!  Every…. single… part of the KMK Optometry Part 2 course has been revamped and modernized!   It’s that time of the year again –...

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A 35-year-old male presents with bilateral, yellow, elevated, plaque lesions within the upper medial portion of the eyelids. Which of the following tests is MOST appropriate?

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A 35-year-old male presents with bilateral, yellow, elevated, plaque lesions within the upper medial portion of the eyelids. Which of the following tests is MOST appropriate?

What is the MOST common cause of spontaneous vitreous hemorrhage in adult patients?

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