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ambly
dull, dim
aque
water
blephar
eyelid
conjuctiv
conjunctiva
core
pupil
corne
cornea
cycl
ciliary muscle
dacry
tear, duct
dipl
double
glauc
gray
ir
iris
irid
iris
kerat
cornea
lacrim
tears
ocul
eyes
ophthalm
eye
opt
eye,vision
optic
eye
papill
optic disk
phac
lens
phot
light
presby
old age
pupill
pupil
retin
retina
scler
sclera
uve
vascular
vitre
glassy
chalasis
relaxation
opia
vision
tropia
to turn
accomodation
ability of eye to adjust to various dista
convergence
moving inward of the eyes to see and object close to the face
ectropion
eversion of eyelid
emmetropia
normal vision
entropion
inversion of eyelid
estropia
inward turning of eye
exophthalmos
abnorm. protrusion of the eyeball
exotropia
outward turning of eye
nyctalopia
difficulty seeing in the dim light
optician
specialist in grinding corrective lenses
papilledema
swelling of optic disk
photophobia
strong sensitivity to bright light
presbyopia
visual loss due to old age
refraction
eye exam. performed to determine and correct refractive errors
refractive
ability of eye to accurately focus the image that is hitting it
achromatopsia
cond. of color blindness
amblyopia
loss of vision not due to eye pathology
astigmatism
cond. which light rays are focused unevenly on the retina
blepharochalasis
upper eyelid increases in size due to loss of elasticity
cataract
damage to the lens causing it to become opaque or cloudy
chalazion
sm hard tumor or mass developing on the eyelids
diabetic retinopathy
small hemorrhages and edema in the they develop in the retina
glaucoma
increase in intraocular pressure may result in atrophy of the optic nerve and blindness
hemianopia
loss of vision in half the visual field
hordeolum
sty
hyperopia
see things in distance but has trouble reading at close range
macular degeneration
deterioration of the macular area in the retina of the eye
monochromatism
unable to perceive one color
myopia
see things up close but not in the distance
nystagmus
jerky-appering involuntary eye mvmt
retinal detachment
retina becomes separated from the choroid layer
retinitis pigmentosa
progressive disease of the eye that results in the retina becoming hard and pigmented and atrophying
retinoblastoma
malignant eye tumor that occurs in children
strabismus
eye musc. weakness resulting in the eye looking in different directions
trachoma
infectious disease of the conjunctiva and cornea caused by bacteria
acous
hearing
audi
hearing
aur
ear
auricul
ear
cochle
cochlea
labyrinth
labyrinth
myring
eardrum
ot
ear
salping
eustachian tube
staped
stapes
tympan
eardrum
cusis
hearing
otia
ear condition
acoustic neuroma
benign tumor of the 8th cranial nerve sheath
anacusis
total absence of hearing
deafness
inability to hear
hearing impairment
loss of hearing sufficient to interfere with a person's ability to communicate
labyrinthitis
inner ear infection
Menieres
abnormal cond w/in inner ear that leads to progrs. hearing loss
otis externa
external ear infection
otis media
commonly referred to as a mid ear infection
otosclerosis
loss of mobility of the stapes bone