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Cycloplegic Agents Agents which paralyze ci;iary muscles, causing dilation of the pupils.
Dacryocystorhinostomy Creation of an opening into the nose for draining of tears.
Dacryorrhea Flow of tears.
Ear canal Slender tube lined with galnds, through which sound waves travel to the middle ear.
Emmetropia Correct vision/ Normal vision.
Equilibrium A state of balance, controlled by the semicircular canals and the vestibule.
Esotropia Inward turning of the eye.
ET Exotropia (Turning outward of the eyes).
Eustachitis Inflammation of the eustachian tube.
Exotropia Outward turning of the eye.
Evisceration Removal of the viscera (contents of an organ).
Eustachian Tube A tube which connects the nose and the throat with the cavity of the middle ear. Equalizes pressure on both sides of the eardrum.
Fovea Area of clearest sharpest vision in the retina.
Glaucoma Eye disease with increased pressure within the eyeball. Increase in intraocular pressure.
Hairs of corti Tiny nerve ending within the cocglea which combine with cochlea fluid to generate nerve impulses to the brain via the auditorynerve.
Hyperopia Farsightedness.
Incus One of the three bones of the middle ear; shaped like an anvil. Transmits vibrations from malleus to stapes.
Iris Coloured part of the eye.
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