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Eye 12

disease and disorder

QuestionAnswer
inflammation of the tear dacryocstitis
double vision diplopia
paralysis of the iris iridoplegia
abnormal condition of the eye caused by a fungus oculomycosis
pain in eye ophthalmalgia
paralysis of eye opthalmoplegia
abnormal fear of light photophobia
defective curvature of the refractive surface of eye astigmatism (Ast)
clouding of the lens of eye cataract
obstruction of an oil gland of the eyelid (meibomian cyst chalazion
nearsightedness myopia
night blindness nyctalopia
impaired vision as result of aging presbyopia
thin tissue growing into the cornea from conjunctiva pterygium
squint or crossed eyes caused by visual axes not meeting strabismus
incision into tear sac dacryocystotomy
surgical removal of eyeball enucleation
method to remove cataracts phacoemulsification
repair a detached retina scleral buckling
drain to reduce introcular pressure trabeculectomy
instrument used to measure the cornea keratometer
instrument used for visual examination ophthalmoscope
measurement of vision optometry
intraocular pressure IOP
visual acuity VA
Created by: Gadley