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Exam Room Procedures

Chapter #43

TermDefinition
Presbyopia Disorder that develops with age and results in the loss of lens elasticity, causing difficulty seeing objects close up.
Macular Degeneration A progressive disease that causes loss of vision in the center of an image, while peripheral vision remains intact.
Pelli-Robinson Test for contrast sensitivity.
Ishihara Book Test for color blindness.
Tonometer Measures intraocular pressure.
Tinnitus Ringing in the ears.
Meniere's Disease Caused by increase fluid in the labyrinth of the ear.
Cataracts Cloudy, opaque areas on the lens.
Conjuctivitis Also known as pink eye.
Blepharitis Inflammation of the edges of the eyelid and is characterized by red, swollen eyelids with scaling or crusting.
Strabismus Misaligned or unbalanced eye muscles cause the eyes to appear to be looking into two different directions?
Myopia Nearsightedness.
Astigmatism Condition distorts vision because the cornea is unevenly curved.
Glaucoma Increase in intraocular pressure
Amblyopia Commonly called lazy eye, a child does not use one eye regularly.
Jaegar Chart Test for nearsightedness.
Snellen Chart Test for distance.
Hyperopia Farsightedness.
Presbycusis Sensorineural hearing loss and the most common form of hearing loss in older adults.
Sty External hordeolum.
Retina Detachment Makes a person see floaters.
Diabetic Retinopathy Blindness caused by diabetes.
Otitis Externa Swimmer's ear.
Pruitis Producing less cerumen.
Created by: DGarland
 

 



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