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Lynette

Special Sense of Organs

QuestionAnswer
Posterior Portion of the temporal bone Mastoid/o
Ear Condition -otia
Visual examination of the interior of the eye ophthalmoscopy
Device allowing persons who are profoundly hearing impaired to understand speech cochlear implant
Inflammation of the middle ear otitis media
Abnormal deviation of the eye strabismus
Ear ot/o
Possibly due to trauma, bleeding,scarring or shrinkage of the vitreous humor retinal detachment
Sensation of ringing in the ears Tinnitus
Removal of the vitreous humor,replacement with clear solution Vitrectomy
Sensation of irregular or whirling motion either of oneself or of external objects Vertigo
Hardening of the bony tissues of the labyrinth of the ear otosclerosis
Eustachian tube Salping/o macular
Corneal transplant Keratoplasty
Tube in the inner ear which contains hearing receptor cells cochle/o
One of the leading causes of blindness in the elderly, severe loss of central vision Degeneration
Results in bringing together the two layers of a detached retina Scleral buckle
Eardrum Tympan/o
Removal of the entire lens for cataract treatment extraction
The flap of the ear Auricle
Vestibule Vestibul/o
Removal of the entire eyeball enucleation
Disorder of the labyrinth marked by increased pressure Meniere disease
Visual examination of the ear Otoscopy intracapsular
Passages in the inner ear associated with maintaining equilibrium Canals
Created by: Lynette Lopez Mericle Lynette Lopez Mericle on 2010-08-30



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