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hemi-
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-opsia
vision
hemianopsia - loss of vision in the contralateral visual field.
aque/o
water
blephar/o
eyelid
palpebr/o
conjunctiv/o
conjunctiva
palpebr/o
eyelid
blephar/o
anis/o
unequal
cor/o
pupil
pupill/o
corne/o
cornea
kerat/o
cycl/o
ciliary body or muscle of the eye
Structure on each side of the lens that connects the choroid & the iris; secretes aqueous humor.
kerat/o
cornea
corne/o
dacry/o
tears, tear duct
lacrim/o
ir/o
iris
Colored portion of the eye around the pupil.
lacrim/o
tears
lacrimal duct
irid/o
iris
ir/o
ocul/o
eye
intraocular
ophthalm/o
eye
ocul/o
opt/o
eye, vision
optic
optic/o
eye, vision
opt/o
papill/o
optic disc; nipple-like
The region at the back of the eye where the optic nerve meets the retina. The blind spot of the eye.
phac/o
lens of the eye
A transparent, biconvex body behind the pupil of the eye. It bends light rays to bring them into focus on the retina.
phak/o
lens of the eye
phac/o
pupill/o
pupil
cor/o
retin/o
retina
scler/o
sclera
White of the eye.
uve/o
uvea; vascular layer of the eye (iris, ciliary body, and choroid)
vitre/o
glassy
ambly/o
dull, dim
dipl/o
double
diplopia - visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects.
glauc/o
gray
mi/o
smaller, less
miosis - contraction of the pupil.
mydr/o
widen, enlarge
mydriatic
nyct/o
night
nyctalopia - night blindness
phot/o
light
photophobia - sensitivity to light.
presby/o
old age
presbyopia - impairment of vision due to old age.
scot/o
darkness
scotoma - blind spot
xer/o
dry
-tropia
to turn
eso-
inward
acous/o
hearing
acoustic
audi/o
hearing, the sense of hearing
audit/o
hearing
auditory
aur/o
ear
auricul/o
ear
ot/o
cochle/o
cochlea
mastoid/o
mastoid process
myring/o
eardrum, tympanic membrane
tympan/o
ossicul/o
ossicle
ot/o
ear
aur/o, auricul/o
salping/o
eustachian tube, auditory tube (can also mean fallopian tube)
staped/o
stapes (3rd bone of the middle ear)
ossicle
tympan/o
tympanic membrane, eardrum
myring/o
vestibul/o
vestibule
The central cavity of the labyrinth, connecting the 3 semicircular canals and the cochlea.
-otia
ear condition
macrotia - abnormally large ears
-acusis or -cusis
hearing
hyperacusis - abnormal hearing sensitivity