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term and abb 3450

3450 terminology and abbrev week 3

ERISA Employees Retirement Income security Act
HO Hearing Officer
ALJ Administrative Law Judge
NPI National Provider Identifier
FTC Federal Trade commission
OD Right Eye
OS Left Eye
OU Each Eye or Both Eyes
SC Snellen Chart
AD Right Ear
AS Left Ear
AU Each Ear or Both Ears
As Astigmatism
CAT Cataract
G Glaucoma
Otic pertaining to the eye or sight
Extraoclar Outside the eyeball
Blepharoptisis Drooping of the upper eyelid
Conjuctivitis inflammation of the conjunctiva (aka pink eye)
Papilledema Swelling & inflammation of the optic nerve (aka choked disk)
Diplopia Double vision
Nyctalopia Night blindness or night vision
Presbyopia Condition of common changes in the eyes that occur with aging
Esotropia Cross eyes
Exotropia Wall eyes
Tonometry The measurement of intraocular pressure
Orbitotomy Surgical incision into the orbit or boney socket.
Tarsorrhhaphy partial or complete suturing together of the upper and lower eyelids
Keratotomy Surgical incision into the cornea
Pseudophakia an eye in which the natural lens has been replaced with an intraocular lens.
Rentinopexy Surgical fixation used to reattach the retina
Myringopathy disease of the tympanic membrane or eardrum
Otalgia earache (pain in the ear)
Otopyorrhea flow of pus from the ear
Otosclerosis Anklyosis of the bone of the middle ear
Created by: Lanealto88