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THERE ARE 3 LAYERS OF THE EYE. WHAT ARE THEY
SCLERA (OUTER EYE)
CHOROID (MIDDLE AREA)
RETINA (INNER LAYERA)
WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE SCLERA
WHITE OF EYE
CORNEA, FRONT TRANSPARENT PORTION OF THE SCLERA AND LIES OVER THE IRIS
WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE CHOROID
PIGMENT LAYER
CILIARY MUSCLE AND IRIS ON THE FRONT PORITON OF LAYER
CONTRACTS
WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE RETINA
RODS AND CONES
CONJUNTIVA
LENS
FLUIDS
WHAT PROVIDES NIGHT VISION
RODS
WHAT PROVIDES DAY AND COLOR VISION
CONES
WHAT COVERS THE FRONT OF THE SCLERA AND LINES THE EYELID
CONJUNCTIVA
WHAT IS BEHIND THE PUPIL AND FOCUSES LIGHT
LENS
WHAT FLUID IS IN FRONT OF THE LENS
AQUEOUS HUMOR
WHAT FLUID IS BEHIND THE LENS
VITREOUS HUMOR
WHAT ARE THE 3 DIVISIONS OF THE EAR
EXTERNAL
MIDDLE
INNER
THE EXTERNAL EAR CONSISTS OF THE
AURICLE (PINNA)
EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL
THE MIDDLE EAR CONSISTS OF
TYMPANIC MEMBRANE
OSSICLES: MALLEUS, INCUS, STAPES
EUSTACHIAN TUBE, WHICH LEADS TO THE PHARYNX
THE INNER EAR CONSISTS OF
VERIBULE
SIMICIRCULAR CANALS/VESTIBULAR APPARATUS
COCHLEA
WHERE ARE THE OLFACTORY SENSE RECEPTORS LOCATED
IN THE NASAL CAVITY
WHAT CRANIAL NERVE ARE THEOLFACTORY SENSE RECEPTORS FOUND ON
CRANIAL NERVE 1
ANOTHER WORD FOR TASTE IS
GUSATORY
WHAT CRANIAL NERVES ARE THE TASTE BUDS FOUND ON
7 & 9
TOUCH RECEPTORS ARE CALLED
MECHANORECEPTORS
THE MEISSNER CORPUSCLES ARE FOR
TOUCH
THE PACINIAN CORPUSCLES ARE FOR
PRESSURE
THE PROPRIOCEPTORS ARE FOR
POSITION AND ORIENTATION
THE THERMORECEPTORS ARE FOUND UNDER THE SKIN AND ARE FOR
SENSING TEMPERATURE CHANGE
THE NOCICEPTORS ARE FOR
PAIN AND FOUND IN THE SKIN AND INTERNAL ORGANS
AMBI/O
DIM
AUDI/O
HEARING
BLEPHAR/O
EYELID
COR/O CORE/O
PUPIL
DACRY/O
TEAR
ESSI/O ESTHESI/O
SENSATION
IR/O
IRIS
KERAT/O
CORNEA
MYRING/O
EAR DRUM
OCUL/O
EYE
OT/O
EAR
PALPEBR/O
EYELID
PAPILL/O
OPTIC NERVE
PHAC/O
EYE LENS
PHAK/O
EYE LENS
STAPED/O
STAPES
TYMPAN/O
EAR DRUM
UVE/O
UVEA
VITRE/O
GLASSY
ESO
INWARD
EXO
OUTWARD
OPIA
VISION
TROPIA
TO TURN
AD
RIGHT EAR
AS
LEFT EAR
AU
BOTH EARS
OD
RIGHT EYE
OS
LEFT EYE
OU
EACH EYE
THOSE PARTS OF THE EYE IN THE FRONT OF AND INCLUDING THE LENS, ORBIT, EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES AND EYELID
ANTERIOR SEGMENT
EXCISION OF A PORTION OF THE TEMPORAL BONE
APICECTOMY
CONDITION IN WHICH THE REFRACTIVE SURFACES OF THE EYE ARE UNEQUAL
ASTIGMATISM
CONGENITAL ABSENCE OF THE EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL
AURAL ATRESIA
OPAQUE COVERING ON OR IN THE LENS
CATARACT
TUMOR THAT FORMS IN THE MIDDLE EAR
CHOLESTEATOMA
THE LINING OF THE EYELIDS AND COVERING OF THE SCLERA
CONJUNCTIVA
NARROWING OF THE LACRIMAL DUCT
DACRYOSTENOSIS
REMOVAL OF AN ORGAN OR OGANS FROM A BODY CAVITY
ENUCLEATION
CONNECTIVE COVERING OF THE SCLERA
EPISCLERA
REMOVAL OF AN ORGAN ALL IN ONE PIECE
EXENTERATION
PROTRUCTION OF THE EYEBALL
EXOPTHALMOS
BONY GROWTH
EXOSTOSIS
CREATION OF A NEW OPENING IN THE INNER WALL OF THE MIDDLE EAR
FENESTRATION
EYE DISEASES THAT ARE CHARACTERIZED BY AN INCREASE OF INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE
GLAUCOMA
FARSIGHTEDNESS, EYEBALL IS TOO SHORT FORM THE FRONT TO THE BACK
HYPEROPIA
SOFTENING OF THE CORNEA ASSOCIATED IWTH A DEFICIENCY OF VITAMIN A
KERATOMALACIA
SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE CORNEA
KERATOPLASTY
INNER CONNECTING CAVITIES SUCH AS THE INTERNAL EAR
LABYRINTH
INNER EAR INFLAMMATION
LABYRINTHITIS
RELATED TO TEARS
LACRIMAL
REMOVAL OF THE MASTOID BONE
MASTOIDECTOMY
CONDITION THAT CAUSES DIZZINESS, RINGING IN THE EARS, AND DEAFNESS
MENIERE'S DISEASE
NEARSIGTHTEDNESS, EYEBALL IS TOO LONG FORM FRONT TO BACK
MYOPIA
INCISION INTO THE TYMPANIC MEMBRANE
MYRINGOTOMY
ORBIT, EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES, AND EYELID
OCULAR ADNEXA
EXAMINATION OF THE INTERIOR OF THE EYE BY MEANS OF A SCOPE ALSO KNOWN AS FUNDOSCOPY
OPTHALMOSCOPY
NONINFECITIOUS INFLAMMATION OF THE MIDDLE EAR, SEROUS OTITIS MEDIA PRODUCES LIQUID DRAINAGE (NOT PURULENT) AND SUPPURATIVE OTITS MEDIA PRODUCES PURULENTA(PUS) MATTER
OTITS MEDIA
INSTRUMENT USED TO EXAMINE THE EAR
OTOSCOPE
SWELLING OF THE OPTIC DISK (PAPILLA)
PAILLEDEMA
THOSE PARTS OF THE EYE BEHIND THE LENS
POSTERIOR SEGMENT
OUTER COVERING OF THE EYE
SCLERA
EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLE DEVIATION RESULTING IN UNEQUAL VISUAL AXES
STARBISMUS
SUTURING TOGETHER OF EYELIDS
TARSORRHAPHY
RINGING IN THE EARS
TINNITUS
CREATES AN OPENING IN MASTOID FOR DRAINAGE ANTROSTOMY
TRANSMASTOID
FREEING OF ADHESIONS OF THE TYMPANIC MEMEBRANS
TYMPANOLYSIS
TEST OF THE INNER EAR USING AIR PRESSURE
TYMPANOMETRY
INSERTION OF VENTILATION TUBE INTO THE TYMPANUM
TYMPANOSTOMY
VASCULAR TISSUE OF THE CHOROID, CILLARY BODY AND IRIS
UVEAL
DIZZINESSS
VERTIGO
THE MIDDLE LAYER OF THE EYE
CHOROID
THE COVERING OF THE FRONT OF THE SCLERA AND LINING OF THE EYELID
CONJUNCTIVA
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A BONE OF THE MIDDLE EAR
1. COCHLEA
2. STAPES
3. MALLEUS
4. INCUS
COCHLEA
THIS CRANIAL NERVE CONTROLS THE SENSE OF SMELL
CRANIAL NERVE I
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A PART OF THE INNER EAR
1. PINNA
2. VESTIBULE
3. SEMICIRCULAR CANALS
4. COCHLEA
PINNA
THESE RECEPTORS REACT TO TOUCH
MECHANORECEPTORS
THESE RECEPTORS REACT TO POSITION AND OREINTATION
PROPRIOCEPTORS
COMBINING FORM THAT MEANS EYELID
BLEPHAR/O
COMBINING FORM MEANING EYE LENS
PHAK/O
ABBREVIATON MEANS THE PUPILS ARE ROUND, REACTIVE TO LIGHT, EQUAL AND REACTIVE TO ACOMMODATIONS
PERRLA
THIS CONDITION CAN BE ACQUIRED OR CONGENITAL AND RESULTS IN IRREGULAR CURVATURE OF THE REFRACTIVE SURFACES OF THE EYE
ASTIGMATISM
IN THIS CONDITION THE EYEBALL IS SHORTER THEN NORMAL AND RESULTS IN BEING ABLE TO SEE OBJECTS IN THE DISTANCE BUT NOT CLOSE UP
HYPEROPIA
RAPID, INVOLUMTARY EYE MOVEMENT IS THE PREDOMINANT SYMPTOM OF THIS CONDITION
NYSTAGMUS
AGE-RELATED FAR SIGHTEDNESS IS
PRESBYOPIA
ANOTHER NAME FOR A STYE IS
HORDEOLUM
AN INFLAMMATION OF THE CORNEA THAT IS CAUSED BY HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS IS
KERATITIS
IN THIS CONDITION THERE IS DESTRUCTION OF THE FOVEA CENTRALIS
KERATITIS
IN THIS CONDITION THERE IS DESTRUCTION OF THE FOVEA CENTRALIS
MACULAR DEGENERATION
THIS IS AN INFECTION THAT OCCURS IN THE MIDDLE EAR CAVITY
OTITIS MEDIA
THE HEARING LOSS THAT CAN BE DUE TO A LESION ON THE COCHLEA IS
SENSORINEURAL
THIS CONDITION IS ALSO KNOWN AS PERCEPTIVE DEAFNESS
SENSORINEURAL