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(poor) vision (associated with) old age presbyopia (presby/o -opia)
abnormal condition of eye fungus oculomycosis (ocul/o myc/o -osis)
abnormal condition of fungus in the tympanic membrane tympanomycosis (tympan/o myc/o -osis)
abnormal condition of the retina retinosis (retin/o -osis)
act of measuring vision optometry (opto/o -metry)
dark tumor scotoma (scot/o -oma)
different vision heteropia (heter/o -opia)
dimness of vision amblyopia (ambly/o -opia)
discharge of pus from the ear otopyorrhea (ot/o py/o -rrhea)
disease of the choroid choroidopathy (choroid/o -pathy)
double vision diplopia (dipl/o -opia) or diplopsia (dipl/o -opsia)
excess vision hyperopia (hyper- -opia)
excision of the stapes stapedectomy (staped/o -ectomy)
fear of light photophobia (phot/o -obia)
forming an opening in the tympanic tympanostomy (tympan/o -stomy)
gray tumor glaucoma (glauc/o -oma)
hearing (loss) associated with old age presbyacusis (presbyl/o -acusis)
herniation of the lens phacocele (phac/o -cele)
incision of the cornea corneostomy (corne/o -stomy)
incision of the labyrinth labyrinthotomy (labyrinth/o -tomy)
incision of the lacrimal duct dacryotomy (dacry/o - tomy)
instrument for measuring the pupil pupillometry (pupill/o -metry)
instrument to examine the eustactian tubes salpingoscope (salping/o -scope)
instrument to measure hearing audiometer (audi/o -meter)
not hearing anacusia (an- -cusia)
paralysis of the ciliary body cycloplegia (cycl/o -plegia)
paralysis of the iris iridoplegia (irid/o -plegia)
pertaining to the conjunctiva conjunctival (conjunctiv/o -al)
pertaining to the cornea corneal (corne/o -al)
pertaining to the eye/vision optical (optic/o -al)
pertaining to water aqueous (aque/o -ous)
process of recording the pupil pupillography (pupill/o -graphy)
prolapse of the eyelid blepharoptosis (blephar/o -ptosis)
prolapse of the lacrimal sac dacryocystoptosis (dacrycyst/o -ptosis)
removal of the vitreous body vitrectomy (vitr/o -ectomy)
removal of the mastoid process mastoidectomy (mastoid/o -ectomy)
softening of the sclera scleramalacia (scler/o -malacia)
specialist in the study of the eyes ophthalmologist (ophthalm/o -logist)
tumor of the lacrimal duct dacryoma (dacry/o -oma)
turning inward esotropia (eso- -tropia)
turning outward exotropia (exo- -tropia)
visual examination of an angle gonioscopy (goni/o -scopy)
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