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  1. slit-lamp examination (SLE)
  2. ear antiemetics
  3. hyper-
  4. anacusis
  5. ambly/o
  6. corneal
  7. myring/o
  8. anacusia
  9. eviceration
  10. entropion
  11. oculomycosis
  12. antiglaucoma agents
  13. amblyopia
    (lazy eye syndrome)
  14. exotropia
    (divergent strabismus)
  15. tuning fork test / Rinne
  16. salping/o
  17. gonioscopy
  18. melanoma neoplastic disease
  19. basal cell carcinoma
  20. retinosis
  21. dacryocystography
  22. open- angle glaucoma
  23. kerat/o
  24. macular degeneration
  25. phacoemulsificaition
  26. audiometer
  27. ocul/o
  28. glaucoma
  29. dipl-
  30. presbyacusis
  31. visual acuity (VA) test
  32. otoplasty
  33. streptococcus pneumoniae
  34. epiphora
  35. sclerostomy
  36. otoencephalitis
  37. conjunctiv/o
  38. pneumatic otoscopy
  39. ophthalmology
  40. fluorescein angiography
  41. exo-
  42. ankylosis
  43. labyrinthotomy
  44. goni/o
  45. papilledema
    (choked disc)
  46. presbycusis
  47. strabismus
  48. glauc/o
  49. miotics
  50. diplopia
  51. dacryoma
  52. otopyorrhea
  53. vertigo
  54. aqueous
  55. conjunctival
  56. salpingopharyngeal
  57. labyrinth/o
  58. vitr/o
  59. laser photocoagulation
  60. stereopsis
  61. heteropsia
  62. ophthalmologist
  63. cycloplegia
  64. achromatopsia
    (complete color blindness)
  65. radial keratotomy (RK)
  66. exotropia (XT)
  67. Meniere disease
  68. cyclodialysis
  69. otitis media(OM)
  70. corne/o
  71. optometrists
  72. ectropion
  73. cataracts
  74. otoscopy
  75. ear irrigation
  76. trachoma
  77. labyrinthitis
  78. mastoid antrotomy
  79. otolaryngology
  80. pressure-equalizing tubes (PE tubes)
  81. otosclerosis
  82. retin/o
  83. otolaryngologist
  84. dacry/o
  85. phacoemulsification,phaco
  86. hordeolum
  87. tinnitus
  88. metamorphopsia
  89. tympanostomy
  90. squamous cell carcinoma
  91. coreometer
  92. mastoid/o
  93. -tropia
  94. scler/o
  95. retinoblastoma neoplastic disease
  96. electronystagmography (ENG)
  97. conjunctivitis
  98. myringotomy
  99. antibiotics,ophthalmic
  100. scot/o
  101. canal of Schlemm
  102. ophthalmodynamomometry
  103. audiometry
  104. optometry
  105. dacryocyst/o
  106. diabetic retinopathy
  107. cochlear implant insertion
    (bionic ear)
  108. esotropia
    (convergent strabismus or crossed eyes)
  109. acute form of glaucoma
    (angle-closure, narrow-angle glaucoma)
  110. opt/o
  111. phot/o
  112. scotoma
  113. audiologist
  114. pupillography
  115. ophthalmoscopy
  116. tuning fork test / Weber
  117. ametropia
  118. otitis externa
  119. conduction impairment
  120. tympanoplasty
  121. closed-angle glaucoma
  122. myringomycosis
  123. retinoscopy
  124. presby/o
  125. blephar/o
  126. analgesics
  127. mydriates
  128. otic analgesics
  129. tonometry
  130. nyctalopia
    (Night blindness)
  131. age-related macular degeneration(ARMD,AMD)
  132. retinopathy
  133. irid/o
  134. nystagmus
  135. mastoidectomy
  136. hyperopia
  137. scleromalacia
  138. presbyopia
  139. wax emulsifiers
  140. dacryocystoptosis
  141. decongestants,ophthalmic
  142. stapedectomy
  143. laser- assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK)
  144. -opia
  145. photophobia
  146. mastoiditis
  147. core/o
  148. cycl/o
  149. neovascular ARMD (wet)
  150. choroidopathy
  151. blepharoptosis
  152. caloric stimulation test
  153. astigmatism(Ast)
  154. choroid/o
  155. staped/o
  156. keratotomy
  157. optical
  158. ot/o
  159. esotropia (ST)
  160. lacrimotomy
  161. vitrectomy
  162. chronic form of glaucoma
    (open-angle, single, or wide-angle glaucoma)
  163. aque/o
  164. neoplastic diseases
  165. moisturizes,ophthalmic
  166. enucleation
  167. iridoplegia
  168. dry ARMD
  169. synalgia
  170. blephoroplasty
  171. chalazion
  172. pressure-equalizing (PE) tube placement
    (tympanostomy tubes or ventilation tubes)
  173. audi/o
  174. phacocele
  175. phac/o
  176. noise induced hearing
  1. a retina
  2. b a procedure that changes the shape of the cornea and, in most instances changes are permanent
  3. c -tuning fork test that evaluates bone conduction (BC) versus air conduction (AC) of sound
    -fork is placed against the mastoid bone and in front of the auditory meatus
  4. d vitreous body (of the eye)
  5. e outward misalignment of eyes
  6. f -inflammation of the medial ear
    -found mostly in young children
  7. g -extreme ocular pain, blurred vision, redness of the eye, and dilation of the pupil
    -nausea and vomiting may occur
    -if untreated, causes complete and permanent blindness within 2-5 days
  8. h cornea
  9. i evaluation of blood vessels and their leakage in and beneath the retina after injection of florescence dye, which circulates while photographs of the vessels with in the eye are obtained
  10. j double vision
  11. k -very rare, but more invasive ear malignancy
    -biopsy is required for diagnosis
    -grows slower the basal cell
  12. l choroid
  13. m account for more than 90% of all primary intracular diseases
  14. n -visual examination of the irideocorneal angle
    -is used to differentiate the two forms of glucoma (open-and closed-angle)
  15. o horny tissue; hard; cornea
  16. p provide temporary relief from pain and inflammation associated with otic disorders
  17. q pertaining to water
  18. r medications to relieve pain
  19. s tubes that are passed through the tympanic membranes to help drain fluid from the middle ear
  20. t -may produce without symptoms except gradual loss of peripheral vision over the period of years
    -headaches, blurred vision, and dull pain in the eye may be present
    -cupping of the optic discs may occur
  21. u surgical formation of an opening in the sclera
  22. v removal of the mastoid process
  23. w -less common macular degeneration, but more severe
    -affects about 10% of those with the disease
    -blood leaks from the vessels and destroys the visual cells, leading to severe loss of central vision and permanent visual impairment
    -if identified early, laser surgery can be performed
  24. x -forming an opening in the tympanic membrane
    -this procedure is usually performed to insert small pressure- equalizing (PE) tubes through the tympanum
  25. y an optic condition in which an error of refraction occurs
  26. z evaluation of refractive errors of the eye by projecting a light into the eyes and determining the movement of reflected light rays
  27. aa tympanic membrane (eardrum)
  28. ab type of involuntary eye movements that appear jerky and may reduce vision or be associated with other, more serious conditions that limit vision
  29. ac evaluation of intraocular pressure by measuring the resistance of the eyeball to indentation by an applied force
  30. ad eye
  31. ae Blocking of sound waves as they pass through the external and middle ear (conduction pathway)
  32. af -dark, tumorlike spot
    -is an area of diminished vision in the visual field
  33. ag -abnormal condition of the retina
    -includes and degenerative process of the retina not associated with imflammation
  34. ah disrupt parasympathetic nerve supply to the eye or stimulate the sympathetic nervous system, causing the pupil to dilate
  35. ai disorder that occurs in patients with diabetes and manifests as small hemorrhages, edema, and formation of new vessels on the retina, leading to scarring and eventually vision loss
  36. aj method of treating cataracts by using ultrasonic waves to disintegrate a cloudy lens, which is then aspirated and removed
  37. ak incision of the labyrinth
  38. al softening of the sclera
  39. am mastoid process
  40. an water
  41. ao localized, circumscribed, inflammatory swelling of one of the several sebaceous glands of the eyeball
  42. ap instrument for measuring hearing
  43. aq -deterioration of the macula
    -leading cause of visual loss in the US
    -the disease is unpredictable and progresses differently in each individual
  44. ar hearing
  45. as treat and prevent nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and vertigo by reducing the sensitivity of the inner ear to motion or inhibiting stimuli from reaching the part of the brain that triggers nausea and vomiting
  46. at -act of measuring vision
    -is the science of diagnosing, managing, and treating nonsurgical conditions and diseases of the eye and visual system
  47. au discharge of pus from the ear
  48. av sensation of a spinning motion either of oneself or of the surroundings
  49. aw inequality of vision (in the two eyes)
  50. ax -visual distortion of objects
    -commonly associated with errors of refraction, retinal disease, choroiditis, detachment of the retina, and tumors of the retina or choroid
  51. ay binocular perception of depth or three- dimensional space
  52. az flushing of the ear canal with water or saline to dislodge foreign bodies or impacted cerumen (earwax)
  53. ba ciliary body of the eye; circular; cycle
  54. bb tumorlike swelling of the lacrimal duct
  55. bc removal of the contents of the eye while leaving the sclera and cornea intact
  56. bd -pain in a part of the body
    -referred pain
  57. be -form of ametropia
    -the cornea or lens has a defective curvature
  58. bf corrective surgery for a deformed or excessively large or small pinna
  59. bg -rarer form
    -pain and rapid decrease of vision
    -patient usually seeks Tx before any permanent damage occurs
  60. bh eyelid
  61. bi Damage caused by exposing the hair cells to excessively loud sounds.
  62. bj method of assessing and recording eye movements by measuring the electrical activity of the extraocular muscles
  63. bk A chronic, contagious form of conjunctivitis that typically leads to blindness
  64. bl -the most common type of ear malignancy
    -usually occurs on the top of the pinna as a result of sun cancer
    -more commonly in elders or those with fair skin
    -looks like small, crackerlike ulcers
    -does not readily metastasize
  65. bm severe congenital deficiency in color perception
  66. bn perception of ringing, hissing, or other sounds in the ear or head when no externall sound is present
  67. bo -herniation (displacement) of the lens into the interior chamber of the eye
    -the usual cause is blunt trauma to the eye
  68. bp angle
  69. bq inversion (inward turning) the edge of the lower eyelid
  70. br laser surgery used to destroy the newly forming vessels
  71. bs is a condition in which one eye is misaligned with the other and the eyes do not focus simultaneously when viewing an object
  72. bt lacrimal sac
  73. bu procedure that assesses the ability of the tympanic membrane to move in response to a change in air pressure
  74. bv excessive, above normal
  75. bw visual examination of the external auditory canal and the tympanic membrane using an otoscope
  76. bx -infection of the external auditory ear canal
    -causes include swimmers ear, bacterial or fungal infections, seborrhea, eczema, and allergies
  77. by test that uses different water temps to assess the vestibular portion of the nerve of the inner ear (acoustic nerve) to determine if the nerve damage is the cause of vertigo
  78. bz a cataract procedure in which removal of the clouded lens by emulsifying it using ultrasound or laser probe is performed
  79. ca dull, dim
  80. cb radiographic imaging procedure of nasolacrimal (tear) glands and ducts
    -excessive tearing(epiphora)
  81. cc is a deterioration of the macula, the most sensitive portion of the retina
  82. cd -specialist in the study of the eye
    -specialize in the medical and surgical management of diseases and disorders of the eye
  83. ce -more common form of macular degeneration
    -small yellowish deposits (drusen) develop on the macula and interfere with central vision
    -drusen are dried retinal pigment epithelial cells that form granules on the macula
    -rarely leads to total blindness
  84. cf -inflammation of the inner ear that usually results from an acute febrile process
    -may lead to progressive vertigo
  85. cg turning inward (of the eyes)
  86. ch ear
  87. ci darkness
  88. cj formation of an opening between the anterior chamber and the suprachoroidal space for the draining of aqueous humor in glaucoma
  89. ck is a disorder characterized by an abnormal hardening of bones of the middle ear that causes hearing loss
  90. cl -abnormal overflow of tears
    -sometimes caused by obstruction of the tear ducts
  91. cm pertaining to the conjunctiva
  92. cn infection to the mastoid process
  93. co -hearing (loss) associated with old age
    -generally occurs in both ears and primarily affects perception of high-pitched tones
  94. cp part of an eye examination that determines the smallest letters that can be read on a standardized chart at a distance of 20 feet.
  95. cq -impaired vision in dim light
    -commonly causes include cataracts, vitamin A deficiency, certain medications, and hereditary causes
  96. cr light
  97. cs prolapse or downward displacement of the eyelid
  98. ct medication used for glaucoma that cause pupils to constrict
  99. cu the most common form of bacterium that causes medial ear infection
  100. cv -more common and chronic form
    -slow to develop and is usually painless
    -by the time patient receives Tx, it may be too late to restore vision
  101. cw gray
  102. cx -unusual intolerance and sensitivity to light
    -commonly occurs in such diseases as meningitis, inflammation of the eyes, measles, and rubella
  103. cy abnormal turning outward of (one or both eye)
  104. cz abnormal condition due to fungal infection of the tympanic membrane
  105. da loss of accommodation of the crystalline lens associated with the aging process
  106. db conjunctiva
  107. dc swelling and hyperemia of the optic disc,usually associated with increased intracranial pressure
  108. dd double, twofold
  109. de incision of the eardrum
  110. df vision
  111. dg An inflammation of the conjunctiva with vascular congestion that produces a red or pink eye and may be secondary to allergy or viral, bacterial, or fungal infections
  112. dh stapes
  113. di -disorder of the labyrinth that leads to progressive loss of hearing
    -is characterized by vertigo, sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus
  114. dj inflammation of brain tissue near the middle ear
  115. dk placement of an artificial hearing device that produces hearing sensations by electrically stimulation nerves inside the inner ear
  116. dl insertion of tubes through the tympanic membrane, commonly used to treat chronic otitis media
  117. dm incision of the cornea for treatment of nearsightedness or astigmatism
  118. dn lens
  119. do visual examination of the interior of the eye using a handheld instrument called an ophthalmoscope, which has various adjustable lenses for magnification and light source to illuminate the interior of the eye.
  120. dp -impairment of hearing resulting from old age
    -generally able to hear low tones and affects speech perception
  121. dq -removal of the (contents of the) vitreous chamber
    -the removal of the vitreous body allows surgical procedures that would otherwise be impossible, including repair of macular holes and tears in the retina
  122. dr excess (farsighted) vision
  123. ds old age
  124. dt -doctors of optometry(O.D.) that diagnose vision problems and eye diseases, prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses, and prescribe drugs to treat eye disorders
  125. du pertaining to the cornea
  126. dv outside, outward
  127. dw paralysis of the ciliary body
  128. dx inward misalignment of eyes
  129. dy loosen and help remove impacted cerumen (ear wax)
  130. dz iris
  131. ea medical specialty concerned with disorders of the ear, nose, and throat
  132. eb small, hard tumor developing on the eyelid, somewhat similar to a sebaceous cyst
  133. ec are opacities that form on the lens and impair vision
  134. ed surgical opening of a cavity within the mastoid process
  135. ee fungal infection of the eye (or its parts)
  136. ef -surgical removal of parts of the stapes
    -is performed to improve hearing, especially in cases of otosclerosis
  137. eg inhibit growth of microorganisms that infect the eye
  138. eh complete deafness
  139. ei instrument for measuring the pupil
  140. ej turning
  141. ek pertaining to the eustachian (auditory) tube and pharynx
  142. el process of recording (movement of) the pupil
  143. em tear; lacrimal apparatus (duct, sac, or gland)
  144. en pertaining to the eye or vision
  145. eo reconstruction of the eardrum, commonly due to perforation
  146. ep -dimness of vision
    -visual stimulation through the optic nerve of one eye (lazy eye) is impaired, thus resulting in poor or dim vision
  147. eq characterized by increased intraocular pressure(IOP) caused by the failure of aqueous humor to drain from the eye through a tiny duct (canal of Schlemm)
  148. er any disorder of retinal blood vessels
  149. es labyrinth (inner ear)
  150. et constrict the small arterioles of the eye, decreasing redness and relieving conjunctival congestion
  151. eu -intracular disease
    -found primarily in adults
    -may occur in the orbit,the bony cavity of the eyeball, the iris, or the ciliary body
    -most commonly arises in the pigmented cells of the choroid
    -is usually asymptomatic until there is a hemorrhage into the anterior chamber
  152. ev medical speciality concered with disorders of the eye
  153. ew tubes (usually fallopian or eustachia [auditory] tubes
  154. ex specializes in non- medical management of the auditory and balance systems
  155. ey soothe eyes that are dry due to environmental irritants and allergens
  156. ez measurement of hearing acuity at various sound-wave frequencies
  157. fa prolapse of the lacrimal sac
  158. fb tiny duct of the eye
  159. fc Abnormal eversion (outward turning) of the lower eyelid
  160. fd decrease aqueous humor production by constricting the pupil to open the angle between the iris and cornea
  161. fe eye, vision
  162. ff -intracular disease
    -found primarily in children
    -tend to be familial
    -vision is impaired and in about 30% of patients, the disease is found in both eyes
  163. fg paralysis of (the sphincter of) the iris
  164. fh pupil
  165. fi physician who treats disorders of the ear, nose, and throat
  166. fj cosmetic surgery that removes fatty tissue above and below the eyes that commonly form as a result of the aging process or excessive exposure to the sun
  167. fk -tuning fork test that evaluates bone conduction of sound in both ears at the same time
    -fork is placed on the center of the forehead
  168. fl not hearing (deafness)
  169. fm incision of the cornea
  170. fn measurement of the blood pressure of the retinal vessels
  171. fo incision of the lacrimal duct or sac
  172. fp abnormal hardening
  173. fq hardening; sclera (white of eye)
  174. fr Tx in which the affected eye is removed
  175. fs stereoscopic magnified view of the anterior eye structures in detail, which includes the cornea, lens, iris, sclera, and vitreous humor
  176. ft disease of the choroid