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Chapter 6 Brittany S

Medical Terms

QuestionAnswer
ocul/o means eye
ophthalm/o means eye
opt/o means eye
lacrim/o mean tear
dacry/o mean tear
opia mean vision
-opsia mean vision
blephar/o means eyelid
corne/o means cornea
kerat/o means cornea
conjunctiv/o means conjunctiva
scler/o means sclera (white of the eye).
cycl/o means ciliary body
retin/o means retina.
ir/o mean iris.
irid/o mean iris.
vitre/o means vitreous humor
phac/o means lens
phak/o means lens
aur/o mean ear
ot/o mean ear
acous/o mean hearing
audi/o mean hearing
acusis means hearing condition
cerumin/o means earwax
salping/o means ear canal
tympan/o mean ear drum
myring/o mean ear drum
mastoid/o means mastoid process
labyrinth/o means maze
vestibul/o means entry way
cochle/o means cochlea (shaped like a snail shell)
HEENT head, eyes, ears, nose, and throat
OD right eye
OS left eye
OU both eyes
PERRLA pupils are equal, round, and reactive to light and accommodation
IOP intraocular pressure
VA visual acuity
VF visual field
ARMD age-related macular degeneration
IOL intraocular lens
LASIK laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis
AD right ear
AS left ear
AU both ears
EENT eye, ears, nose, throat
ENT ear, nose, throat
AOM acute otitis media
OM otitis media
miosis, excessive constriction of the pupil of the eye
mydriasis dilation of the pupil of the eye
tinnitis ringing or buzzing in the ears
 

 



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