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eye &earbingo


seeing an object as two diplopia
complete removal of the eyeball enucleation
medications that cause pupillary constriction miotics
drooping eyelid ptosis
watery fluid that fills the anterior and postreior chamber of the eye aqueous humor
absence of the natural lens aphakia
opacities in the normal crystalline lense cataract
slowly progressive visual impairement open angle Glaucoma
radis progreeive visual impairment angle closure Glaucoma
Separation of the retina from the sensory wall retinal Detachment
abnormal neovasular network beneath the macular Wet macular degeneration
gradual decrease in central vision dry macular degeneration
condition of the inner ear triad of which symptoms includes verigo , tinnitus & fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss Meniere's disease
loss of hearing usuall due to end organ damage or cranial nerve 8 sensorineural hearing loss
sensation of pain or fullness in ear otalgia
used in patients with profound sensorineural hearing loss bilateral cochlear implant
Useful in distinguishing between conductive & sensoral hearing loss Rhine test
Flattening the anterior Chamber by using a corneal flap Lasik
No flap laix applied directly to cornea PRK
altered sense of position in space dizzyness
progressive hearing loss associated with aging presbycusis
subjective perception of soundwith internal orgin tinnitus
the illision of movement in which the individual or surroundings are sensed as moving vertigo
Sound is heard best in affected ear Conductive hearing loss
Created by: robinkrieger