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Sensory System

Med Term II Sensory System

asthenia weakness
cele hernia
itis inflammation
opia vision
ptosis drooping; falling down
plasty repair (surgical)
iasis condition or state
instrument for measuring hearing audiometer
pertaining to the auricle of the ear and the cranium auriculocranial
inflammation of the eyelid blepharitis
agent for softening earwax ceruminolytic
pertaining to the cochlea and the vestibule of the ear cochleovestibular
plastic surgery on the conjunctiva conjuntivoplasty
surgical correction of the size and shape of a pupil coreoplasty
pertaining to the cornea and sclera corneoscleral
method of relieving intraocular pressure in glaucoma cyclodialysis
calculus in the tear duct dacryolith
prolapse (drooping) of the iris iridoptosis
abnormal protrusion of the cornea keratoconus
incision into the lacrimal duct lacrimotomy
inflammation of the mastoid process mastoiditis
inflammation of the tympanic membrane myringitis
inflammation of the nasal and sinus cavuties nasosinusitis
pain in the eyball oculodynia
instrument for studying the interior of the eyeball opthalmoscope
instrument for determining eye refraction optometer
removal of one of the ossicles of the middle ear ossiculectomy
tumor of the lens phacoma
instrument for measuring the diameter of the pupil pupillometer
inflammation of the retina retinitis
bulging of the sclera sclerectasia
instrument for evaluating a scotoma or blind spot scotometer
repair of a damaged middle ear tympanoplasty
inflammation of the uvea uveitis
a record of hearing audiogram
one who practices hearing audiologist
hearing measurement audiometry
one who practices the eye opthalmologist
one who practices the ear otologist
one who practices the ear nose and throat otorhinolaryngologist
use of an instrument to view the eye opthalmoscopy
measurement of tension or ressure within the eye tonometry
false lens or replacement lens pseudophakia
fear of light or extreme sensitivity to light photophobia
without lens aphakia
weakness of the eye or eye weakness asthenopia
drooping of the eyelid blepharoptosis
involuntary eyelid movement blepharospasm
inflammation of the tear duct dacryocystitis
inflammation of the conjunctiva conjunctivitis (pink eye)
excessive vision hyperopia (farsightedness)
outward vision exotropia (walleye)
inflammation of the cornea keratitis
inflammation of the iris iritis
inflammation of the mastoid process mastoiditis
inflammation of the eardrum myringitis
ear pain otalgia
bleeding from the ear otorrhagia
harding of the ear bones otosclerosis
inflammation of the sclera scleritis
blephar (o) eyelid
aur (o) hearing
cerumin (o) wax
corne (o) pupil
dacry (o) tears
ophthalm (o) eye
scot (o) darkness
phac (o), phak (o) lens
bi twice, double
ex, exo Exterior, external, or outward
a, an with out
hyper excessive, above normal
endo within
Created by: ivablake