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ACCOMODATION
ADJUSTMENT OF THE EYE FOR VARIOUS DISTANCES SO THE IMAGE FALLS ON THE RETINA
ACUITY
CLEARNESS OR SHARPNESS OF A SENSORY FUNCTION
ADNEXA
TISSUES OR STRUCTURES ADJACENT TO OR NEAR A RELATED STRUCTURE (ACCESSORY STRUCTURES)
ARTICULATE
JOIN OR LOOSELY CONNECT TOGETHER ALLOWING MOTION
GUSTATION
SENSE AND ACT OF TASTING
HUMOR
FLUID OR SEMIFLUID
LABYRINTH
SERIES OF INTRICATE COMMUNICATING PASSAGES
OLFACTION
THE ACT AND SENSE OF SMELLING
OSSICLE
ANY SMALL BONE, ESPECIALLY ONE OF THE THREE BONES OF THE EAR
PHOTOPIGMENT
LIGHT SENSITIVE PIGMENT IN THE RETINAL RODS AND CONES (VISUAL PIGMENT)
SLIT LAMP
MICROSCOPE W/LIGHT THAT ALLOWS MAGNIFICATION OF EYE STRUCTURES
TUNIC
A LAYER OR COAT OF TISSUE (MEMBRANE LAYER)
AMBLY/O
DULL, DIM
AQUE/O
WATER
BLEPHAR/O
PALPEBR/O
EYELID
CHOROID/O
CHOROID (PROVIDES BLOOD SUPPLY TO THE EYE)
CORE/O
PUPILL/O
PUPIL
CONJUNCTIV/O
CONJUNCTIVA
CORNE/O
KERAT/O
CORNEA
CYCL/O
CILIARY BODY OF EYE; CIRCULAR, CYCLE
DACRY/O
LACRIM/O
TEAR; LACRIMAL APPARATUS (DUCT, SAC, GLAND)
DACRYOCYST/O
LACRIMAL SAC
GLAUC/O
GRAY
GONI/O
ANGLE
IRID/O
IR/O
IRIS
OCUL/O
OPHTHALM/O
EYE
OPT/O
OPTIC/O
EYE, VISION
PHAC/O
PHAK/O
LENS
PAPILL/O
OPTIC DISK
PHOT/O
LIGHT
PRESBY/O
OLD AGE
RETIN/O
RETINA
SCLER/O
SCLERA (WHITE OF THE EYE); HARDENING
SCOT/O
DARKNESS
VITR/O
VITREOUS BODY (OF EYE)
AUDI/O
HEARING
AUR/O
OT/O
EAR
LABYRINTH/O
LABYRINTH (INNER EAR)
MASTOID/O
MASTOID PROCESS
SALPING/O
EUSTACHIAN TUBES OR FALLOPIAN TUBES
STAPED/O
STAPES (3RD BONE OF MIDDLE EAR OR STIRRUPS)
MYRING/O
TYMPAN/O
TYMPANIC MEMBRANE (EARDRUM) FOUND IN MIDDLE EAR
-OPIA
-OPSIA
VISION
-TROPIA
TURNING
-ACUSI
-CUSIS
HEARING
EXO-
OUTSIDE, OUTWARD
HYPER-
EXCESSIVE, ABOVE NORMAL
ACHROMATOPSIA
COMPLETE COLOR BLINDNESS
CHALAZION
TUMOR ON THE EYELID
CONJUNCTIVITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE CONJUNCTIVA (PINK EYE)
CONVERGENCE
MEDIAL MOVEMENT OF BOTH EYES SO THEY ARE DIRECTED AT THE OBJECT BEING VIEWED
DIOPTER
MEASUREMENT OF REFRACTIVE ERROR IN EYES
ECTROPION
LOWER EYELID TURNS OUTWARD
EMMETROPIA
NORMAL CONDITION IN REFRACTION IN WHICH WHEN EYE IS AT REST, PARALLEL RAYS FOCUS EXACTLY OF THE RETINA
ENTROPION
LOWER EYELID TURNS INWARD
EPIPHORA
ABNORMAL OVERFLOW OF TEARS
EXOPHTHALMOS
PROTUSION OF ONE OR BOTH EYEBALLS
HORDEOLUM
STY
METAMORPHOPSIA
VISUAL DISTORTION OF OBJECTS
NYCTALOPIA
INABILITY TO SEE WELL IN DIM LIGHT
NYSTAGMUS
INVOLUNTARY JERKY EYE MOVEMENTS
PAPILLEDEMA
SWELLING OF OPTICAL DISK
PHOTOPOBIA
SENSITIVITY TO LIGHT
PRESBYOPIA
DECREASED ABILITY TO FOCUS AT CLOSE RANGE-DUE TO THE AGING PROCESS
RETINOPATHY
DISORDER OF THE RETINAL BLOOD VESSELS
TRACHOMA
CHRONIC, CONTAGIOUS FORM OF CONJUNCTIVITIS (PINK EYE)
VISUAL FIELD
AREA THAT OBJECTS ARE SEEN IN WHEN EYES ARE IN FIXED POSITION
ANACUSIS
DEAFNESS
CONDUCTION IMPAIRMENT
BLOCKING OF SOUND WAVES (EXTERNAL-MIDDLE EAR)
LABYRINTHITIS
INFLAMMATION OF INNER EAR
MENIERE DISEASE
DISORDER OF LABYRINTH THAT LEADS TO PROGRESSIVE HEARING LOSS
OTITIS EXTERNA
INFECTION OF THE EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL
PRESBYACUSIS
HEARING IMPAIRMENT DUE TO OLD AGE
PRESSURE EQUALIZING (PE) TUBES
TUBES INSERTED THROUGH THE TYMPANIC MEMBRANE COMMONLY TO TREAT CHRONIC OTITIS MEDIA
TINNITUS
RINGING IN THE EARS
VERTIGO
FEELING OF SPINNING OR DIZZINESS
AUDIOMETRY
MEASURMENT OF HEARING ACUITY
CALORIC STIMULATION TEST
USED TO ACCESS VESTIBULAR FUNCTION IN PTS WHO COMPLAIN OF DIZZINESS (USES DIFFERENT TEMP WATER)
ELECTRONYSTAGMOGRAPHY
A METHOD OF RECORDING THE ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES
OPHTHALMODYNAMOMETRY
MEASURES BLOOD PRESSURE IN THE RETINAL VESSELS
TONOMETRY
USED TO DETECT GLAUCOMA - MEASURES EYEBALLS RESISTANCE TO INDENTATION WHEN PRESSURE IS APPLIED
VISUAL ACUITY TEST
PART OF EYE EXAM THAT DETERMINES SMALLEST LETTER THAT CAN BE READ ON EYE CHART
GONIOSCOPY
EXAMS THE ANGLE OF THE ANTERIOR CHAMBER OF THE EYE (USED TO DIAGNOSE AND MANAGE GLAUCOMA)
OPHTHALMOSCOPY
VISUAL EXAM OF THE INTERIOR OF THE EYE
OTOSCOPY
VISUAL EXAM OF THE EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL AND EARDRUM (TYMPANIC MEMBRANE)
RETINOSCOPY
EVALUATION OF REFRACTIVE ERRORS OF THE EYE BY PROJECTING LIGHT INTO THE EYES AND DETERMINING MOVEMENT OF REFLECTED LIGHT RAYS
DACRYOCYSTOGRAPHY
RADIOLOGIC EXAM OF THE TEAR GLANDS AND DUCTS
FLUORESCEIN ANGIOGRAPHY
ASSESSES BLOOD VESSELS AND THEIR LEAKAGE IN AND BENEATH THE RETINA (COLORED DYE IS INJECTED)
ORTHOPTIC TRAINING
EXCERCISES INTENDED TO IMPROVE EYE MOVEMENTS
BLEPHARECTOMY
EXCISION OF LESION ON EYELID
BLEPHAROPLASTY
SURGERY THAT REMOVES BAGS ABOVE AND BELOW THE EYE
COCHLEAR IMPLANT
ARTIFICIAL HEARING DEVICE-ELECTRICALLY STIMULATES NERVES INSIDE THE INNER EAR
CYCLODIALYSIS
FORMS AN OPENING BETWEEN ANTERIOR CHAMBER AND SUPRACHOROIDAL SPACE ALLOWING AQUEOUS HUMOR TO DRAIN (TREATS GLAUCOMA)
ENUCLEATION
REMOVAL OF EYEBALL FROM ORBIT
EVISCERATION
REMOVAL OF CONTENTS OF EYE WHILE LEAVING SCLERA AND CORNEA
KERATOTOMY
INCISION OF THE CORNEA
MASTOID ANTROTOMY
SURGICAL OPENING OF A CAVITY WITHIN THE MASTOID PROCESS
OTOPLASTY
CORRECTIVE SURGERY TO FIX DEFORMED, TOO LARGE, OR TOO SMALL EARS
PHACOEMULSIFICATION
CATARACT TREATMENT-ULTRASONIC WAVES DISINTEGRATE THE CLOUDY LENS
SCLEROSTOMY
SURGICAL FORMATION OF AN OPENING IN THE SCLERA
TYMPANOPLASTY
RECONSTRUCTION OF THE EARDRUM
OPHTHALMIC ANTIBIOTICS
INHIBIT THE GROWTH OF MICROORGANISMS THAT INFECT THE EYE
MYDRIATICS
DILATE THE PUPIL
OPHTHALMIC DECONGESTANTS
CONSTRICTS THE SMALL ARTERIOLES OF THE EYE DECREASING REDNESS (VISINE)
OPHTHALMIC MOISTURIZERS
SOOTH DRY EYES
ANTIEMETICS
TREAT NAUSEA, VOMITING, DIZZINESS AND VERTIGO
OTIC ANALGESICS
RELIEVES PAIN AND INFLAMMATION DUE TO EAR INFECTIONS, ETC...
WAX EMULSIFIERS
LOOSEN IMPACTED CERUMEN (EAR WAX)
ST
ESOTROPIA - MARKED TURNING INWARD OF THE EYES (CROSS EYED)
XT
EXOTROPIA - ABNORMAL TURNING OUTWARD OF ONE OR BOTH EYES