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CH-24-SENSES

MR UTT'S SPECIAL SENSES

QuestionAnswer
WHAT IS A FLUID-FILLED AND SPHERICAL SHAPED ORGAN THE EYE
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE WATERY FLUID LOCATED IN THE ANTERIOR SECTION OF THE EYE AQUEOUS HUMOR
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE VISCUS FLUID LOCATED IN THE POSTERIOR SECTION OF THE EYE VITREOUS HUMOR
WHAT SECTION OF THE EYE REGULATES THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT THAT PASSES THROUGH THE EYE PUPIL
THE COLOR PORTION OF THE EYE IRIS
THE CONCAVED STRUCTURE THATS PURPOSE IS TO SHARPEN AND FOCUS LIGHT LENS
THE PROCESS OF SHARPEND AND FOCUSED LIGHT ON THE RETINA ACCOMODATION
THIS STRUCTURE ALLOWS A PERSON TO SEE IMAGES THROUGH THE USE OF RODS AND CONES RETINA
THE WHITE PORTION OF THE EYE SCLERA
THE PORTION OF THE EYE THAT SUPPLIES RICH BLOOD CHOROID
THIS IS KNOWN AS THE BODY OF THE EYE VITEOUS BODY
THIS STRUCTURE IS LOCATED ABOVE THE OUTSIDE CORNER OF THE EYE, USED TO SECRETE TEARS LACRIMAL GLAND
THIS STRUCTURE IS LOCATED IN THE LATERAL CORNER OF THE EYE LATERAL CANTHUS
THESE STRUCTURES ARE LOCATED UNDER THE EYE LID, AND IS A MUCUS MEMBRANE CONJUNCTIVA
THESE STRUCTURES ARE FOUND ON THE SURFACE OF THE CONJUNCTIVA LACRIMAL DUCTS
THESE STRUCTURES ARE LOCATED AT THE INNER CORNER OF EACH EYE LACRIMAL PAPILLAE
THE PURPOSE OF THIS STRUCTURE IS TO DRAIN TEARS TO THE NASOLACRIMAL DUCT LACRIMAL SAC
THIS DISORDER IS WHEN A PERSON MUST WEAR CORRECTIVE LENSES REFRACTIVE ERROR
WHAT IS MYOPIA NEAR SIGHTEDNESS
WHAT IS HYPEROPIA FAR SIGHTEDNESS
WHAT IS PRESBYOPIA LOSS OF LENS ELASTICITY, COMMON IN OLDER PEOPLE
OTHERWISE KNOWN AS CROSSED EYED STRABISMUS
A CONDITION CAUSED BY IRREGULARITIES OF THE CORNEA LEADING TO BLURRED IMAGES. ASTIGMATISM
KNOWN AS LAZY EYE AMBLYOPIA
A CLOUDING OVER THE LENS PREVENTING LIGHT FROM ENTERING CATARACT
INFLAMMATION OF THE CONJUCTIVA CONJUNCTIVITIS
CONDITION CAUSED BY INCREASED PRESSURE IN THE EYE GLAUCOMA
WHEN THE RETINA SEPARATES FROM THE UNDERLYING CHOROID RETINAL DETACHMENT
DETERIORATION OF THE CENTRAL PORTION OF THE RETINA MACULAR DEGENERATION
KNOWN AS A SCRATCH ON THE EYE CORNEAL ABRASION
THIS APPEARS AS A PUS-FILLED SWELLING LOCATED NEAR THE ROOT OF THE EYELASH HORDEOLUMS
WHAT ARE THE THREE SECTIONS OF THE EAR EXTERNAL, MIDDLE, INNER
THE AUDITORY CANAL IS APPROXIMATELY HOW LONG 2.5CM
WHAT SEPERATES THE EXTERNAL AND MIDDLE EAR TYMPANIC MEMBRANE
THIS STRUCTURES PURPOSE IS TO TRANSMIT SOUND VIBRATIONS, PROVIDE EQUALIZATION, AND PROTECT FORM DAMAGING SOUNDS MIDDLE EAR
NAME THE THREE BONES IN THE EAR MALLEUS(HAMMER) INCUS(ANVIL) STAPES(STIRRUP)
WHAT ARE THE THREE SECTIONS OF THE INNER EAR COCHLEA, VESTIBULES, SEMICIRCULAR CANALS
THIS SECTIONS FUNCTIONS AS A RECEPTOR FOR HEARING AND EQUILIBRIUM INNER EAR
THE SPIRAL-SHAPED BONY STRUCTURE THAT RESEMBLES A SNAIL'S SHELL COCHLEA
THIS CONTAINS HAIR CELL SENSORY RECEPTORS USED FOR HEARING ORGAN OF CORTI
INFLAMMATION OF THE EAR OTITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE OUTER EAR OTITIS EXTERNA
INFLAMMATION OF THE MIDDLE EAR OTITIS MEDIA
OVERGROWTH OF TISSUE OR NARROW EAR CANAL OTOSCLEROSIS
A CONDITION THAT CAUSES A HOST OF SYMPTOMS SUCH AS TINNITUS, HEARING LOSS,PAIN.... MENIERES DISEASE
GRADUAL DETERIORATION OF THE SENSORY RECEPTORS LOCATED IN THE COCHLEA CAUSING HEARING LOSS PRESBYCUSIS
RINGING IN THE EARS TINNITUS
WAX BUILD UP IN THE EAR IMPACTED CERUMEN
THE STUDY OF HEARING DISORDERS AUDIOLOGY
WHAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR SENSE OF SMELL OLFACTORY
THESE TINY BUMPS ARE LOCATED ON THE TONGUE, ROOF OF THE MOUTH AND WALLS OF THE THROAT TASTE BUDS
HOW MANY TASTE BUDS ARE THERE 4
LIST THE TASTE BUDS SWEET, SOUR, BITTER, SALT
THE OLDEST, MOST PRIMITIVE AND PERVASIVE SENSE TOUCH
SENSE OF TOUCH ORIGINATES WHERE DERMIS
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