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FinalCh7&8Mix-Match

QuestionAnswer
Astigmatism Defective curvature of the refractive surface (lens) of the eye
Cataract Clouding of the lens of the eye
Hyperopia Farsightedness
Myopia Nearsightedness
Glaucoma Loss of vision resulting from increased ocular pressure which damages optic nerve
Stye or Sty Infection of the oil gland of the eyelid (also called hordeolum)
Vertigo Dizziness (sense that one's body or enviroment is revolving)
Visual Acuity Sharpness of vision for either distance for near
Meniere Disease Chronic disease of inner ear characterized by dizziness/ringing of the ear/hearing loss
Tinnitus Ringing in the ear
LASIK procedure for treatment of nearsightedness in which a laser used to reshape corneal surface by removing a portion of the cornea
enucleation surgical removal of the eye
cerumen ear wax
optometrist health professional who prescribes corrective lens
optician specialist who fills prescriptions for lenses
Created by: dstradling