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3540 wk 3 terms

Optic pertaining to the eye or sight
Ectraocular outside the eyeball
Blepharaptosis is drooping of the upper eyelid that is usually due to paralysis, ptsosis
Conjuctivitis inflammation of the conjuctiva that is usually caused by an infection or allergy, pinkeye
Papilledema swelling and inflammation of the optic nerve at the point of entrance into the eye through the optic disk, choked disk
Diplopia the perception of two images of a single object, double vision
Nyctalopia condition in which an individual with normal daytime vision has difficulty seeing at night, night blindness
Presbyopia condition of common changes in the eyes that occurs with aging
Esotropia is stabismus characterized by an inward deviation of one or both eyes, cross eyed
Exotropia is strabismus characterized by the outward deviation of one eye relative to the other, walleye
Tonometry the measurement of intraocular pressure
Orbitotomy a surgical incision into the orbit
Tarsorrhaphy is the partial, or complete, suturing together of the upper and lower eyelids
Keratotomy surgical incision of the cornea
Pseudophakia an eye in which the natural lens has been replaced with an intraocular lens
Retinopexy used to reattach the detached area in a retinal detachment
Myringopathy disease of the eardrum
Otalgia pain in the ear, earache
Otopyorrhea is the flow of pus from the ear
Otosclerosis ankylosis of the bones of the middle ear, resulting in a conductive hearing loss
Created by: SSchabow