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eye & ear terminology,abbrevs,prefixes&suffixes

Aque/o Water
Anis/o unequal
Ametr/o Out of proportion
Ambly/o Dull,Dim
Audi/o Ear,Hearing
Audit/o Ear,Hearing
Acous/o Hearing
Acoust/o Hearing
Cycl/o Ciliary body;circular;cycle
Blephar/o Eyelid
Canth/o Corner of the eye
Conjunctiv/o Conjunctiva
Corne/o Cornea
Core/o Pupil
Choroid/o Choroids
Chrom/o Colour
Cochle/o Cochlea
Dipl/o Double
Dacry/o Tear,Tear duct
Fove/o Pit
Ir/o Iris
Irid/o Iris
Irit/o Iris
Kerat/o Cornea,Hard,Horny
Lacrim/o Tear,Tear duct
Labyrinth/o Labyrinth,maze,inner ear
Lute/o Yellow
Macul/o Spot
Mon/o One
Myring/o Tympanic membrane, ear drum
Mastoid/o Mastoid process
Nyctal/o Night
Noct/o Night
Nyct/o Night
Myc/o Fungus
Ot/o Ear,hearing
Opt/o Eye, vision
Optic/o Eye, vision
Ophthalm/o Eye, vision
Ocul/o Eye
Pinn/o External Ear
Presby/o Old Age
Pupill/o Pupil
Phac/o Lens of the eye
Pseud/o False, Fake
Py/o Pus
Retin/o Retina, net
Salping/o Eustachian tube
Staped/o Stapes
Scler/o Sclera, white of the eye, hard
Strab/o Squint-eyed
Scot/o Darkness
Tars/o Edge of the eyelid
Tympan/o Tympanic membrane, ear drum
Vitre/o Vitreous humour, glassy
bi- two, double
eso- inward
intra- within, in
extra- outside
exo- outward
mono- one
-cusis hearing
-opia/opsia vision
-tropia turning
-acusia hearing
-ptosis drooping, sagging
-pexy put in place, fixation
Acc accommodation
ARMD,AMD Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Ast,As,Astig Astigmatism
D diopter (lens strength)
Em, em Emmetropia
EENT eyes,ear,nose and throat
EOM Extraocular movement
IOL intraocular lens
IOP intraocular pressure
mix astig Mixed astigmatism
Myop Myopia
OD right eye
OS left eye
OU both eyes
PERRLA Pupils Equal, Round & Reactive to Light & Accommodation
REM Rapid Eye Movement
RK Radial Keratomy
SICS Small Incision Cataract Surgery
ST esotropia
VA Visual Acuity
VF Visual Field
XT exotropia
ABLB Alternate Binaural Loudness Balance
BC Bone Conduction
ABR Auditory Brainstem Response
ENT Ear,Nose,Throat
AC Air Conduction
NIHL Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
AD Right Ear
AS Left Ear
AU Both Ears
PE(tube) Pressure Equalizing Tube
PTS Permanent Threshold Shift
TTS Temporary Threshold Shift