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Flash Cards 06

Sensory System

ocul/o, opthalam/o, opt/o eye, ocular
lacrim/o, daacry/o tear, tear duct
-opia, -opsia defects in vision
blephar/o eyelid
corne/o, kerat/o muscle of the eye
cunjuntiv/o mucous membrane that lines inner surface of the eyelids
scler/o hard
cycl/o circle or cycle
retin/o retina
ir/o, irid/o iris
vitre/o glassy
phac/o, phak/o lens-shaped, lens
aur/o, ot/o ear
acous/o, audi/o hearing
-acusis ability to hear
cerumin/o ear wax
salping/o tube
tympan/o, myring/o tympanic membrane
mastoid/o temporal bone behind the ear
labyrinth/o balance portion of inner ear
vestibul/o inner ear
cochle/o cochlea(inner part of the ear)
HEENT (head, eyes, ears, nose and throat) examination
OD left eye
OS right eye
OU both eyes
PERRLA (pupils equal, round, and reactive to light and accommodation) description of pupillomotor function
IOP intensive outpatient treatment
VA visual acuity
VF ventricular fibrillation
ARMD age-related macular degeneration
IOL intraocular lens
LASIK laser
AD left ear
AS right ear
AU both ears
EENT eye, ear, nose, and throat
ENT ear,nose and throat
AOM acute otitis media
OM otitis media
miosis excessive constriction of the pupil
mydriasis dilation of the pupil
tinnitis ringing or buzzing in both ears that may become constant or come and go
Created by: laylaa
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