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Diseases And Disorders Of The Eye & Ear

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1.  Outer most layer - consits of tought fibrous connectvie tissue that is visible as white of the eye and there are six extrinsic musbles that move the eye
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2.  Middle lay of Tissue of the Eye - Vascular structures supply the tissue of the eye with oxygen and nutrients (Blood Supply)
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3.  Eyelid margins turn Inward causing the lashes to rub the conjunctiva -- "Lower Lid Inward"
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4.  Sings & Syptoms of Ear
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5.  The natural lens of the eye becomes opacified (Cloudy)
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6.  Inflammartory infection of the Sebaceous(grease) gland of the eyelids Might seem like you have something in the eye Often Results of the Staphyococcal Infection & Can be associated with Blepharitis
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7.  Inability of the internal lens to focus and then refocus quickly b/c of gradual loss of muscle& lens elasticity.
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8.  Involuntary repatative rythmic movements of one or both eyes
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9.  Inflammation of the external ear canal and accumulation of cerum in ear canal when mixed with water; acts as median for bacteria and infection. Usually accompanied by Infection.
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10.  Inflammation of the normally airfilled middle ear with the accumulation of fluid behind the tympanic membraine (Eardrum)
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11.  Permenant drooping of the upper eye lid
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12.  What are the signs and symptoms of eye diorders?
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13.  Smooth Muscles Change shape of Lens - The lens budlges allowing the focusing that is necessary for Close vision
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14.  Inflammation of the margins of the eye lid invlolving hair folicles & Glanks Caused by Staphylococal Infection
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15.  Light sensative layer made up of photo receptive cells
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16.  An irregular focusing of the light rays entering the eye, usually caused by the cornea not being spherical
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17.  Farsightedness - Occurs when light that enters the eye is focused behind the retina rather than on it Eye ball is abnormmally short from Front to back
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18.  Covers the anterior external visible portion of the sclera? It begins at the edge of the cornea extends over the exsposed sclera, and folds anteriorly to line the inside portion of the lid. Also called Pink Eye
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19.  Contains hair that change sound waves in the fluid into never impulses which are transfered to the brain
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20.  Fluid occupying the anterior and posterior chambers is a watery substance produced by the ciliary body
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21.  The lower eye lid everts from the eye ball & esposes the surface of the eye ball & lining of the eye becomes dry and irritated
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22.  Nearsightedness - result of light x-ray entering the eye being focused in front of the retina causing blurred vision Eyeball measured long from front to back
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23.  Contains two membrane lined Chambers each filled with Fluid Cochlea  Labrynth
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24.   Disorders of retinal blood vessels- microaneurysms, hemorraghes, dilation of retinal veins, and the new formation of abnormal vessels.
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25.  Visual Effects of misalignment, failutre of the eyes to look in the same direction at the same time Develops during infancy or child hood Also called Crosseyed, Lazy Eye
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26.  Occurs when disease produces lesions in the brain or inner ear or abnormal development of nervous system
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27.  Impairment of the eardrum or bones in the middle ear, which conduct sound waves to cocklea in the inner ear
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28.  External Ear, also called pinna or auride and the external auditory canal - latters funtion to collect sound waves or viberation & channel them to they lymphanic membrane (eardrum) & begins to vibrate
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29.  What could cause removal of the eye ball?
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30.  Opthamologist
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31.  Damage to the optic nerve often caused by elevated intraocular pressure usually patient 60+
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32.  Contains Tympanic Membrane 3 Ossicles <--- Tiny bones             1. Malleus (Hammer)             2. Incus ( Anvil)             3. Stapes ( Stirrup) Canal called Estachian Tube
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33.  Large cavity behind the lens; is a jelly like fluid that helps maintain the globular shape and facilitates the refraction of images.
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34.  A typical accumulation of cerumen in the canal of the out ear
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35.  Responsible for maintaining balance and contains 3 connected tubes bent in half circles called semicircular canals
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36.  Inflammation or infection of the cornea Caused by an infection of the herpes simplex virus
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37.  Nerve deafness results from an impairment of the cochlea of the auditory nerve
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