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Intracapsular Extraction Use of a cold metal probe to remove cataracts.
Iridectomy Excision of the iris.
Iritis Inflammation of the iris.
Keratoentesis Surgical puncture of the cornea.
Labyrinthitis Inflammation of the inner ear, causing vertigo.
Lacrimal Pertaining to a tear.
Lens Crystalline body of accommodation.
Malleus One of the three bones of the middle ear; shaped like a hammer. Transmits vibrations from eardrum to incus.
Mastoid Process One of the temporal bones which encloses the sinuses.
Mydriatics Medication which dilates the pupils.
Myopia Nearsightedness.
Myringoplasty Reconstruction of the ear drum.
Nyctalopia Night blindness most comonly caused by improper diet.
Olfactory Pertaining to smell.
Ophthalmoplegia Paralysis of the eye.
Optometrist One who specializes in eye measurements.
Ossicles Three tiny articulating bones in the middle ear.
Otalgia Ear pain.
Otitis media Inflammation of the middle ear.
Otoplasty Corrective surgery for macrotia/microtia or deformity.
Otopyorrhea Discharde of pus from the ear.
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