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Mod A Unit 2 Vocab

Ch 4-5

acoust hearing
-dynia pain
ectomy excision
cerumen earwax
-logy study of
-lith stone
myring/o drum/membrane
oto- ear
-phone voice
-rrhea flow
dullness of vision amblyopia
inflammation of the edges of the eyelids blepharitis
drooping of the upper eyelids blepharoptosis
proctective covering for exposed surface of eyeball conjuctiva
anterior transparent portion of the eye's fiborous outer surface cornea
protect eyeballs eyelids
colored membrane attached to ciliary body iris
involuntary, constant, rhythmic movement of the eyeball nystagmus
one who specializes in examining the eye, providing lenses optometrist
contains eyeball, cone shaped cavity orbit
outer "white" layer of the eye sclera
disorder of the eye in which the optic axes cannot be directed to the same object; squint strabismus
double vision diplopia
inflammation of the tear sac dacryocystitis
normal or perfect vision emmetropia
process of turning outward, as the edge of an eyelid ectropia
crossed eyes esotropia
farsightedness; parallel rays forcus beyond retna hypertropia
pertaining to within the eye intraocular
night blindness nyctalopia
one who specializes in the study of the eye ophthalmologist
instrument used to measure intraocular pressure tonometer
Created by: angelcap99