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The cornea up to the vitreous body which includes the aqueous humor, iris and lens.
A clear, salty fluid filling thw area behind the cornea in front of th eris.
Surgical repair of the eyelid.
Amucous tissue lining the cheek.
A benign growth of the skin in the middle ear, usually caused by chronic otitis media.
Flaws or clouds that develop in the crystal line lens.
The middle layer b/t the retina an dthe sclera in the posterior segment of the eye. -It nurishes the retina.
Thickened layer of the vascular tunic which contains the muscle that controls the shape of the lens.
An inner structure that looks like a snail-shell. -Dividedinto 2 canals and the organ of Corti.
Thin protective layer lining the eyelid and covering the sclera.
"bay window" Five layers refracting light entering the eye.
A convex disc suspended on threads just behind the iris.
Calculus on the lacrima.
Removal of a structure such as the eyeball.
Condition where the eye deviates inward.
Procedure where the contents of the eye are scooped out, but the sclera shell remains connected to teh eye so that a prosthesis can be fitted and have a more natural movement.
Removal pf a complete structure and surrounding skin, fat muscle and bone is removed.
External Auditory Meatus
Pathway from the pinna (outer ear) to the tympanic membrane.
Condition where the eye deviates outward.
Thypertensive condition of the eye caused by too much pressure from fluid.
pprocedure; opening is made in the trabecular meshwork of the front part of the eye. -provider uses a gomiolens during the procedure.
eye deviates upward.
Tiny bone(ossicle) middle ear.
Musclar ring around the pupil regulating the amount of light that enters the pupil. -Source of eye color.
Ring where the cornea meets the sclera. -Scleracornea junction.
Tiny bone (ossicle) in the middle ear that picks up vibration from the tympantic membrane.
Inflammation or infection or infection of the mastoid bone.
Most common form of peripheral vertigo and is caused by dilation of the lymphatic channel of the cochlea and accompanied by hearing loss and tinnitus.
Reflexive jerky eye movements as a response to the message of the inner ear.
Congential deformity of the ear.
Tiny bones in the middle of the ear.
Middle ear infection
Fluid in the coclea which from the inner to the middle ear.
Tiny opening of the tear ducts.
Opening of the center of th eye where light enter.
Boen in the skull jsut behind the ear containingtiny air cells that also form a conductive path for sound.
Focus and direction of light.
Layer of tissue in the back of the eye that is light sensitive.
Space behind the eye.
Membrane covered window from the inner ear to the middle ear.
White outer skin of the eye, and is covered with a thin protective layer of conjuctiva.
Three tiny tubes in the inner ear filled with fluid to assist in balance.
Tiny bones (ossciles) in the middle ear.
Condition where the yes are not properly aligned with wach other.
Connective tissue surrounding the posterior eyeball.
Bacterial infection of the eye.
Thin, delicate tissue seperating the outer ear from the inner ear.
A benign tumor arising from nerve cells of the auditory nerve. Also called acoustic neuroma.
Dizziness resulting in loss of balance.
Total area that can be seen by peripheral vision.
Gel-like mass that fills th elarge posterior chamber of the eye.
ICD-9 Disorders of the eye and Adnexa
360 - 379
ICD-9 Opthalmic Complications of Herpes Zoster
ICD-9 Herpes Simplex
Infectious forms of conjuctivitis ICD-9
Retinal freckle ICD-9
Diseases of the Ear and Mastoid Process ICD-9
CPT Anterior Segment
CPT Anterior Chamber
CPT Iris, Ciliary Body
66605 Removing part of the ciliary muscle along with the lesion.
CPT Ocular Adnexa
General Ophthalmoloical Services CPT
92002 - 92014
Special Ophthalmological Services CPT
92225 - 92260
Contact Lens Services CPT
92310 - 92326
Spectacle Services CPT
92340 - 92371
External ear CPT
69000 - 69399
Middle Ear CPT
69400 - 69799
Inner Ear CPT
69801 - 69949
Special Otorhinolarynological Services CPT
92502 - 92700
Vestibular Fubtion Tests CPT
92531 - 92548
Audiological Function Tests w/ Medical Dx Eval. CPT
92550 - 92597
Eval. and Therapeutic Services CPT
patients own lens
Upper left eyelid
Lower left eyelid
Upper right eyelid
Lower right eyelid
FDA- monitored IOL inplant
Progressive addditional lenses