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Special Senses

anything dealing with the eye and ear

The opening in the center of the iris is the? pupil
inflammation of the eyelid is? blepharitis
The outermost layer of the eye, referred to as the "white" of the eye, is the? sclera
The tissue that separates the auditory canal from the middle ear cavity is the? eustachian tube
ringing in the ears? tinnitus
Term for involuntary, jerky movements of the eye is? nystagmus
normal vision? emmetropia
In conductive hearing loss? sound transmission is blocked in the middle and outer ear.
rupture of the eardrum? tympanorrhexis
diagnostic term for a chronic disease of the inner ear characterized by dizziness, hearing loss, and ringing in the ear is? Meniere's disease
ear wax is? cerumen
Created by: Seanmorrone