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This consist of the Cornea, Lens and Fulids
Refraction
Light Rays
Refraction
This is Refractory Adjustment Allows you to see Near or Far
Accommodation
See in Dem Light
RODS
Allow to see in Color and Central Vision
CONES
Small oval,yellowish area to the side of the optic disc
Macula
composed of cones and is the location of the sharpest vision of the eye
Fovea Centralis
These are fiber located more medially cross in an area
Optic Chiasm
Allows you to see in 3 Dimensional Effect
Binocular Vision
No Half Of Vision
Hemianopsia
Inflammation of the Conjunctiva
Conjunctivits
Pertaining to paralysis of the Ciliary Body
Cycloplegic
Eye Muscles Paralysis
Opthalmoplega
Condition of No Lens
Aphakia
Dullness Of Vision
Amblyopia
Doubble Vision
Diplopia
Increased intraocular pressure results in damage to the retina and optic nerve
Glaucoma
Enlargement of the Pupil
Mydriasis
Night Blindness
Nyctalopia
Old Age Vision
Perbyopia
Area of depressed vision surrounding by an area of normal vision
Scotoma
Dry Eye
Xeropthalmia
Farsightedness
Hyperopia
Defective curvature of the cornea or lens of the eye
Astigmatism
Nearsightedness
Myopia
Impairment Of vision as a result of old age
Presbyopia
Clouding of the lens causing decressed vision
Cataract
Retinal Effects of diabetes mellitus INC Microaneurysms. Hemorrhages
Diabetic Retinpathy
Occurs as fulid leaks from blood vessels into the retina and vision is blurred
Edema
Fulid leaking from the blood appear in the retina as Yellow-White Spots
Exudates
Increased intraocular pressure results in damage to the retina and optic nerve
Glaucoma
How Glaucoma is Diagnosed
Tonometry
Progressive damage to the Macula of the retina (severe loss of central Vision)
Macular Degeneration
Abnormal deviation of the eye
Strabismus
One eye turns inward: Cross-eyed
Esotropia
One Eye Turns Outward: Wall-Eyed
Exotropia
Visual Examination of the interior of the eye
Ophthalmoscopy
Clarity of Vision in Assessed (Patient Reads From a Chart)
Visual Acuity Test
Surgical Repair of the Cornea (AKA. Corneal Transplant)
Keratoplasty
Intracular Pressure
IOP
Right Eye
OD
Left Eye
OS
Both Eyes
OU
Yellowish-Brown Waxy Substance
Cerumen
Ossicles, Malleous and the Incus\Stapes, are all located in the middle of the ear
These are 3 small bones in the Middle Of the Ear
AKA Blance
Semicircular Canals
Instrament used for hearing
Audiometer
Surgical incision of the eardrum
Myringotomy
Fungal infection of the ear
Otomycosis
Discharge of Puss from the Eardrum
Otopyorrhea
Surgical repair of the Eardrum
Tympanoplasty
Loss of hearing due to old age
Prebycusis
Disorder of the Lybyrinth of the inner ear marked by elevated endolymoh pressure
Meniere Disease
Inflammation of the middle ear
Otitis Media
Infection of the middle ear often following an upper respiratory infection (URI)
Acute Media
Bacteria invade the middle ear, Pus Formation occurs
Suppurative Otitis
Noninfectious inflammation with accumulation of serous fulid
Serous Otitis Media
Sensation of Noises (ringing, Buzzing, Whistling, Booming) in the ear
Tinnitus
Sensation of Noises (ringing, Buzzing, Whistling, Booming) in the ear
Tinnitus
Sensation of irregular or whirling motion either of oneself or of external objects
Vertigo
Testing the sense of hearing
Audiomerty
Visual Examination of the ear with an otocope
Otoscopy
Test of ear conduction using a vibration source (tuning Fork)
Tuning Fork Test
Places the base of the vibrating fork against the patients mastoid bone
Rinne Test
Places the fork on the center of the forehead
Weber Test
Right Ear
AD
Left Ear
AS
Eyes,Ear Nose and Throat.
EENT
Ears Nose And Throat
ENT