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Week 5 Vocab

TermDefinition
Sclera The white of the eye. Maintains the shape of the eye.
Rods Long & narrow. Are more sensitive to light.
Cones Flask shaped. Detects detail & colors well.
Nictitating Membrane Third eye lid
Struvite Crystals Coffin like appearance.
Cytology Study used to differentiate between inflammation or neoplasm.
Pinna Visual flap of the ear.
Tympanic Membrane Another name for eardrum.
Pathology The study of diseases.
Calcium Oxalate Crystals Crystals with an "X" in them.
Interstitial Cytitis Chronic inflammatory condition of the bladder. Aka: painful bladder syndrome
Transitional Cell Carcinoma Most common type of bladder cancer
Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca Dry eye syndrome.
Aural Hematoma A pool of blood that collects between the skin and the cartilage of a pet's ear flap. Caused by overly aggressive ear scratching or head shaking that results from an ear infection.
Histopathology The microscopic study of tissues.
Attenuated Vaccine A vaccine created by reducing the virulence (weakening) of a pathogen, but still keeping it viable (alive).
Disease Abnormal condition.
Adjuvant A substance (vaccine) that enhances the body's immune response to an antigen. One that helps or facilitates.
Iris Muscular coloured ring that decides the size of the pupil.
Hematuria Blood in the urine.
Turbidity Particles suspended in urine, giving it a cloudy apperance.
Ketones Burning fat for energy,
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