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Scotoma loss of the center of visual field
Trachoma chalmydia infection of eye
Ciliary & Iris 2 muscles found in eye
Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism refraction disorders
Where i the cerumen made? external auditory canal
Pupil hole in the iris
Astigmatism unequal curviture in cornea or lens
Otoscope instrument used to view external ear and eardrum
General sense organs are found where? Skin
Organ of corti organ of hearing
Perilymph watery fluid that fills the bony labyrinth
3 colors of cone sensitivity red, green, then blue
Type of receptors in ear Mechanorecptor
Olfactory chemoreceptors nose receptors
Photoreceptor (rods and cones) category of receptor for eye
Gustatory cells (chemoreceptor) taste bud receptors
2-8 mm apart 8-12 mm apart 40-60 mm apart touch receptors in: fingertips palms torso
Viterous humor jelly-like fluid behind lens
Sclera, Choroid, Retina 3 layers of eye (outward-in)
Cornea window of the eye
fovea most of cones located here
oval window marks the end of the middle ear
palpebral fissure opening lined by eyelashes and eyelid
christae ampullares organ of balance
Created by: kimberli1989