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ACCOMMODATION CHANGES THAT OCCUR IN THE EYE WHEN THE LIGHT ENTERING THE EYE FROM A CLOSE OBJECT CAUSES THE LIGHT TO SCATTERSO THAT THE LENS MUST SHORTEN AND BULGE SLIGHTLY TO GET THE LIGHT INTO A TIGHTER FORM TO CORRECT THE IMAGE
CERUMEN EARWAX
CHEMORECPTORS STIMULATED WHEN THERE IS A CHANGE IN CHEMICAL CONCENTRATIONS OF THE BODY
CONDUCTION PROCESS OF SOUND TRAVELING THROUGH THE STRUCTURES OF THE OUTER EAR
CONES COLOR RECEPTORS FOUND IN THE RETINA OF THE EYE
EQUILIBRIUM STATE OF BALANCE
FREQUENCY NUMBER OF VIBRATIONS IN A SOUND WAVE MEASURED IN HERTZ
MECHANORECPTORS RECEPTORS THAT DETECT CHANGES IN MOVEMENT OR PRESSURE
OLFACTORY RECPTORS SENSORY RECPTORS IN THE NOSE THAT DETECT ODORS
PAIN RECPTORS SENSORY RECPTORS IN THE SKIN THAT DETECT TISSUE DAMAGE
PHOTORECPTORS RECPTORS THAT RESPOND TO CHANGES IN LIGHT
PITCH SENSATION OF SOUND ENTERING THE EAR
REFRACTION BENDING OF LIGHT AS IT ENTERS THE LENS OF THE EYE
RODS STRUCTURES FOUND IN THE RETINA THAT AID IN DISTINGUISHING SHADOWS
SENSATION STIMULI THAT DIFFERENT RECPTORS TRANSMIT TO THE BRAIN FOR INTERPRETATIOJN
SENSORINEURAL TYPE OF HEARING BEGINS IN THE HAIR CELLS LOCATED INSIDE THE COCHLEA
SOMATOSENSORY RECPTORS SENSORY RECPTORS IN THE SKIN THAT DETECT PAIN HEAT COLD PRESSURE AND VIBRATION
THERMORECPTORS RECPTORS THAT DETECT CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE
VISION MEANS OF INTERPRETTING LIGHT WAVES AND CHANGING THEM INTO IMAGES THE BRAIN CAN RECOGNIZE
PRESBYOPIA PROGRESSIVE LOSS OF ABILITY TO FOCUS ON NEAR OBJECTS BECAUSE OF AGING
MYOPIA NEARSIGHTEDNESS NEAR OBJECTS ARE SEEN CLEARLY OBJECTS IN DISTANCE ARE BLURRED
ASTIGMATISM UNEQUAL CURVATURE OF THE CORENA SO THAT LIGHT ENTERING THE EYE DOES NOT FORM A POINT BUT ENTERS AS STRAIGHT LINES
CONDUCTION PROCESS OF SOUND TRAVELING THROUGH THE STRUCTURES OF THE OUTER MIDDLE INNER EAR
OTITIS EXTERNA
OTITIS MEDIA
GENERAL SENSES TOUCH IS THE SENSE
SPECIAL SENSES SIGHT HEARING SMELL TASTE
LATERAL RECTUS MOVES THE EYE TO THE SIDES
MEDIAL RECTUS MOVES THE EYE TO THE MIDDLE
SUPERIOR RECTUS RAISES THE EYE
INFERIOR RECTUS LOWERS THE EYE
INFERIOR OBLIQUE RAISES THE EYE AND TURNS IT THE SIDE
SUPERIOR OBLIQUE LOWERS THE EYE TURNS IT THE SIDE
HYPEROPIA FARSIGHTEDNESS OBJECTS IN DISTANCE ARE CLEAR OBJECTS CLOSE UP ARE BLURRED
NYCTOLOPIA NIGHT BLINDNESS
COLOR BLINDNESS INABILITY TO PERCEIVE SOME OR ALL COLORS
CONJUNCTIVITIS PINK EYE
AGEUSIA LOSS OF SENSE OF TASTE
AGNOSIA LOSS OF ABILITY TO RECOGNIZE OBJECTS SHAPES SOUNDS PERSONS SMELLS USUALLY DUE TO BRAIN TRAUMA
AMAUROISI BLINDNESS USUALLY OCCURING FROM A LESION IN THE OPTIC NERVE BRAIN SPINAL CORD
ANACUSIS TOTAL DEAFNESS
ANOSMIA LOSS OF SENSE OF SMELL
EXOPHTHALAMOS BULGING OF THE EYES
HORDEOLUM INFECTION OF THE SEBACEOUS GLANDS OF THE EYELID
MOTION SICKNESS NAUSEA OR DIZZNESS THAT OCCURS WHEN THE SENSE OF MOVEMENT AND THE SENSE OF SIGHT ARE NOT IN AGREEMENT
STRABISMUS CROSS EYES
TINNITUS RINGING IN THE EARS CAUSED BY DAMAGE TO THE HAIR RECEPTORS IN THE INNER EAR
VERTIGO SENSATION OF MOVING OR SPINNING USUALLY A RESULT OF DISTURBANCE IN THE INNER EAR CAUSING A LOSS OF BALANCE
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