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Medical Terminology

Unit 8 - Self Assessment - Ear, Nose, Throat

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Identify the disorder of the ear that results in a ringing or roaring in the ears which may be caused by hearing loss or exposure to loud noise over a long period of time. a. Acoustic neuroma, b. Ear wax build up, c. Otitis media, d. Tinnitus d. Tinnitus
The eye disorder that is the result of increased fluid pressure that damages the optic nerve over time and often results in blindness is: a. Macular degeneration, b. Glaucoma, c. Cataract , d. Color blindness b. Glaucoma
Identify the thin partition located between the external auditory canal and the middle ear. Malleus, Auricle, Cochlea, Tympanic membrane Tympanic membrane
The sensory organs used in hearing are found in which part of the ear? Outer ear, Middle ear, Inner ear, Outer and inner ear Inner ear
The inability of the eyes to focus close up as a result of the aging process is known as; Myopia, Hyperopia, Presbyopia, Astigmatism Presbyopia
The symptoms of this condition are light-headedness, loss of balance, dizziness and s sense of whirling surroundings; iritis, otitis, vertigo, keartitis Vertigo
The hard, white part of the eye is called the; sclera, sterna, cornea, kerata sclera
Which part of the eye contains light sensitive receptor cells? iris, cornea, sclera, retina, retina
The symptoms of this disease are roaring in the ears, hearing that comes and goes, ear pressure and or pain: Glaucoma, Diptheria, Meniere's , Streptoccal infection Meniere's
Which word is the medical name for the "voice box" pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi larynx
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