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conjunctiv/o
conjunctiva
ophtalm/o
eye
ocul/o
eye
palpebr/o
eyelid
belphar/o
eyelid
lacrim/o
tear
dacry/o
tear
otp/o
vision
optic/o
vision
bi, bin
two
extra-
outside
supra-
above
choroid/o
choroid
cycl/o
ciliary body
kerat/o
cornea
ir/o, irid/o
iris
phac/o
lens
phak/o
lens
lent/i
lens
macul/o
macula lutea
papill/o
optic disk
pupill/o
pupil
cor/o
pupil
core/o
pupil
retin/o
retina
scler/o
sclera
uve/o
uvea
vitre/o
vitreous body
Blepharedema
swelling of eyelid
Blepharitis
inflammation of eyelid
Blepharochalasis
hypertrophy of skin of eyelid
Blepharoptosis
Drooping of upper eyelid
Ectropion
turning outward of eyelid
Entropion
turning inward of eyelid
Chalazion
hardened swelling of meibomian gland... aka meibomian cyst
Hordeolum
stye; infection of sebaceous gland
Dacryoadenitis
innflammation of lacrimal gland
Dacryocystitis
inflammation of lacrimal sac
Epiphora
overflow of tears
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca
dryness & inflammation of cornea & conjunctiva
Xerophtalmia
dry eye
Ophthalmic neonatorum
severe, purulent conjunctivitis in the newborn
Amblyopia
dull or dim vision
Diplopia
double vision
Esotropia
turning inward of eye
Exotropia
turning outward of eye
Strabismus
lack of coordination b/w eyes; squint
Asthenopia
visual impairment due to weakness of ocular or ciliary muscles
Astigmatism
malcurvature of cornea leading to blurred vision
Hyperopia
farsightedness
Myopia
nearsightedness
Presbyopia
loss of elasticity of the lens
Corneal ulcer
trauma to outer covering of the eye
Keratoconus
malformation of cornea
Anisocoria
unequally sized pupils
Hyphema
blood in anterior chamber of eye
Iritis
inflammation of iris
Aphakia
no lens
Cataract
loss of transparency of lens of eye
Glaucoma
abnormal intraocular pressure due to obstruction of outflow of the aqueous humor
Synechia
adhesion of iris to lens & cornea
Achromatopsia
impairment of color vision.. aka color blindness
Hemianopsia
loss of half the visual field
Nyctalopia
inability to see well in dim light; night blindness
Scotoma
decreased vision...aka blind spot
Nystagmus
back-and-forth eye movements
Blepharorrhaphy
suture of eyelids
Enucleation of eye
Removal of entire eyeball
Evisceration of eye
removal of contents of eyeball
Exenteration of eye
removal of entire contents of the orbit
Astigmatic Keratotomy
corneal incision process that treats astigmatism