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Diagnosis of refractive errors usually involves testing for visual acuity using the snellen eye chart, ophthalmoscopic examination to test for eye muscle function. What disease? Refractive Errors
Tests to assess eye movement such as an opticokinetic drum test may be preformed to help determine which structures within the ear are causing this disease? Nystagmus
Visual examination is all that is necessary in most cases of this diseases. Stye(Hordeolum)
A medical history and visual examination may be all needed to make a diagnosis. Instilling the affected eye with a fluorescein stain may help highlight the presence of any corneal lesion? Corneal Abrasion
Ophthalmoscopy, penlight examination, or slit-lamp examination will be used to confirm this diagnosis. Cataract
One of various types of tonometers will be used to detect elevated intraocular pressure for what disease Glaucoma
Ophthalmoscopic inspection of the retinal surface is essential to determine wheter retinal damage has occurred. Glaucoma
Ophthalmoscopic examination while the pupils are fully dilated reveals the detached portion of the retina suspended in the vitreous humor of the eye. Retinal Detachment
A fluorescein angiography may be used. An Amsler's chart or grid is used to detect small changes in vision when they first appear Macular degeneration
physical examination will reveal inflammation of the conjunctivae. Stained Smears of conjunctival scrapings may reveal monocytes Conjunctivitis
Stained smears of this disease may reveal monocytes, polymorphonuclear leukocytes, and macrophages. Conjuctivitis
A slit-lamp examination is necessary for diagnosis Uveitis
Skin tests for tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis and histoplasmosis may be helpful for diagnosing this disease Uveitis
Bacterial culture reveals Staphylococcus, and examination of the eyelids for nits will suggest this diagnosis Blepharitis
Slit lamp examination of the corneal surface confirms this diagnosis Keratitis
Childhood disease- Complete ophthalmologic examination is necessary. Strabismus
an otologic examination will reveal a soft or hard wax mass Impacted Cerumen
WBC may be normal or elevated. A bacterial culture of ear canal scrapings External Otitis
Examination of the affected ear with an otoscope will reveal bulging of the ear drum. Otitis Media
Fluid bubbles may be discernible behind the eardrum. Otitis Media
A Rinne's test is used to diagnose this disease. Otosclerosis
Diagnosis is by history and complaints Motion sickness
When the three symptoms are present the diagnosis is not difficult Meniere's disease
Fluid bubbles may be dicernible behind the eardrum. Otitis Media
Medical history may reveal a recent upper respiratory infection. Keratitis
Skin tests for tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis, and histoplasmosis may be helpful in detecting granulomatous forms of the disease Uveitis
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