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Abbreviations for te

abbreviations for the terminolgy book Mod 5 DONE

REM rapid eye movement
OD right eye (oculus dexter)
OS left eye (oculus sinister)
OU each eye (oculus uterque)
PERRLA pupils equal round reaction to light and accommodation
ANS Autonmic Nervous system
CNS Central nervous system
CP Cerebral Palsy
CSF cerebrospinal fluid
CVA cerebrovascular accident
EEG electrocephalography
MS multiple sclerosis
PNS peripheral nervous system
TIA transient ischemic attack
PRK photorefractive keratectomy
LASIK laser in situ keratomiluisis
IOP intraoculas pressure
IOL intraocular lens
ICCE intracapsular cataract extraction
EOM extraocular movement
ECCE extracapsular cataract extraction
TM tympanic membrane
ENT ears, nose, throat
RK radial keratatomy
VA visual acuity
VF visual field
AC air conduction
AD right ear (auris dextra)
AS left ear (auris sinistra)
AU each ear (auris unitas)
BC bone conduction
BOM bilateral otitis media
EENT eyes, ears, nose, throat
ALS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
HD Huntington disease
ICP intracranial pressure
LP lumbar puncture
PEG pneumoencephalography
PPS postpolio syndrome
SNS somatic nervous system
TENS transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
ARMD age-related macular degeneration
dB decibel
EMG electromyogram
EOM extraocular movement
Ophth Ophthalmology
Oto otology
PE tube pressure equaliztion tube
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