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Ophtho terms 1

Lectures 1 and 2 terms

QuestionAnswer
Sepparates the intraconal and extraconal structures? Endorbita/periorbita
Larger than normal eye? buphthalmos
Acquired decrease in globe size? phthisis bulbi
Inability to completely close the eyelids lagophthalmos
Deviation of visual axis strabismus
Surgical closure of the eyelids tarsorrhaphy
Surgical removal of the globe alone enucleation
Surgical removal of the globe and orbital contents exenteration
Surgical removal of the intraocular contents alone evisceration
Delayed/incomplete eyelid opening ankyloplepharon
Partial palpebral fissure absence (2 terms) eyelid agenesis/coloboma
Regular skin growing on cornea dermoid
Normal tissue in an abromal location choristoma
Hair from skin irritation eye trichiasis
Hair from tarsal gland duct irritating eye distichiasis
Hair from tarsal gland poking through conjunctival surface irritating eye ectopic cilia
Excessive tearing epiphora
Squinting/blinking from irritation blepharospasm
Surgical treatment for brachycephalic ocular syndrome medial canthoplasty
Entropion caused by fibrosis cicatricial entropion
Permanent surgical treatment for entropion Hotz-Celsus Procedure
Eyelid inflammation blepharitis
Focal inflammation of eyelid caused by retained meibomian secretions chalazion
Excessive eyelid length euryblepharon
Drooping of eyelid ptosis
Inflammation of nasolacrimal sac dacryocystitis
Adherence of conjunctiva to cornea or itself symblepharon
Relative dehydration of the cornea maintained by the endothelial layer deturgesence
Low IOP hypotony
Ulcer that refuses to heal due to redundant epithelial lip indolent ulcer/SCCED
Test that uses rivulets of stain to test for perforation Seidel test
Swollen lens intumescent
Prosthetic lens pseudophakia
Absence of lens aphakia
Anterior or posterior protrusion of lens lenticonus
Iris shimmy iridodonesis
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