Q1: Who is the leading lady in “The eyes of Laura Mars”?
A: Faye Dunaway
Q3: Which part of the eye gives it its color?
Q4: How many surgeries has Dr. Khanna Done?
A: More than 2000
Q5: What is the The Golden eye?
A: A James Bond Movie
Q6: Who is the only LASIK surgeon in Westlake Village, Los Angeles County?
A: Rajesh Khanna, MD
Q7: How many eyes does the Cyclops have?
Q8: Which LASIK Institute has offices in Beverly Hills, Simi Valley and Westlake Village?
A: Khanna Institute of LASIK and Refractive Surgery
Q9: How can bats fly in the dark with bad eyes?
A: Using sonar (sound waves)
Q10: Which part of the brain is associated with vision?
A: Occipital Lobe
Q11: What does the acronym LASIK mean?
A: Laser assisted Intrastromal keratomileusis
Q12: What is VISX?
A: Laser manufacturer having the Largest market share in the US.
Q13: What is the term for decreased near vision around the age of 40?
Q14: Which is the most common myopia hyperopia or astigmatism?
Q15: Can a nearsighted person see better without visual aids? Microkeratome?
A: By LASIK
Q16: Where and when was cataract surgery invented?
A: India 2000 years ago
Q17: What is Fellowship of Refractive Surgery?
A: A training of at least 12 months under an expert mentor.
Q18: Which superheros emit a LASER beam from his eyes?
A: Superman / Cyclops
Q19: Which vitamin is important for the eyes?
A: Vitamin A
Q20: How many eyes does a starfish have
Q21: What kind of eyes do flies have?
A: Compound Eyes
Q22: What gland is known as the third eye?
A: Pineal Gland
Q23: In which country was LASIK invented?
Q24: Which comedian was famous for his “bugs eyes”?
A: Rodney Dangerfield
Q25: What is the difference between a laser pen and the laser used in LASIK?
A: HeNe beam vs Excimer (excited dimmer)