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ambly
dull, dim
aque
aqueous humor
(watery fluid in the front of the eye)
blephar
eyelid
choroid
choroid
(middle layer of the eye)
chromat
color
conjunctiv
conjunctiva
cor, core
pupil
corne
cornea
(clear layer covering front of the eye)
dacryoaden
tear gland
dacryocyst
tear sac
irid
iris
kerat
cornea
lacrim
tear, tear duct
lent
lens
myc
fungus
ocul
eye
ophthalm
eye
opt, optic
eye, vision
orbit
orbit
(eye socket)
phac
lens
phot
light
presby
old
pupill
pupil
retin
retina
(inner layer of the eye)
scler
sclera
(the "white of the eye")
scot
dark, darkness
vitr, vitre
vitreous humor
(clear, jelly-like substance in posterior part of eye)
acoust
hearing
audi
hearing
bar
pressure
labyrinth
labyrinth
(inner ear)
myring
eardrum or tympanic membrane
ot
ear
presby
old
salping
tube
(auditory or eustachian tube)
staped
stapes
tympan
eardrum or tympanic membrane
-al, -ar, -ic, -ous
pertaining to
-algia
pain
-cele
hernia
-centesis
surgical puncture
-cusis
hearing
-dynia
pain
-ectasis
dilation or expansion
-ectomy
removal or excision
-ectopia
displaced
-edema
swelling
-emia
blood
-ia
condition of
-ian
specialist
-ism
condition of
-ist
specialist
-itis
inflammation
-logist
specialist in the study of
-logy
study of
-lysis
destruction
-malacia
softening
-meter
instrument to measure
-metry
process of measuring
-opia
vision
-opsia
vision
-pathy
disease
-phobia
fear of
-plasty
surgical repair
-plegia
paralysis
-ptosis
droop, sag, fall, prolapse
-rrhea
flow or discharge
-rrhexis
rupture
-sclerosis
hardening
-scope
instrument to view
-scopy
process of visually examining
-stomy
to form an opening
-tome
instrument to cut
-tomy
incision
-tropia
turning
a-, an-
without
dipl-
double
eso-
inward
exo-
outward, outside
extra-
outside
hetero-
different
hyper-
excessive, above normal
infra-
below
intra-
within
mono-
one
peri-
around
supra-
above
astigmatism
"condition of without a point"
auricle
ear flap
cataract
clouding of the lens of the eye
cerumen
earwax
glaucoma
disease marked by increased pressure inside the eye
myopia
nearsightedness
pinna
ear flap
strabismus
abnormal alignment of the eyes
tinnitus
ringing, buzzing, or hissing sound in ear