ADVOCACY FOR AN IMBALANCED WORLD

May 22, 2016

MATCH TERM WITH THE DEFINITION

PLAQUE
PYORRHEA
ROOT CANAL
CROWN
BRIDGE
IMPLANT
GINGIVITIS
CARIES
DECAY PROSTHETIC DEVICE USED TO ANCHOR A TOOTH
INFLAMMATION OF THE GUMS
GUMMY MASS OF MATERIAL
PORTION OF THE TOOTH COVERED

WORD BUILDING
CYST/O=BLADDER
-CYST-ALGIA
-CYST-ECTOMY
-CYST-ITIS
CYST-O-LITH
CYST-OSTOMY
CYST-O-PLASTY
CYST-O-RRHAGIA
CYST-O-SCOPE
-LITH-O-TRIPSY
-LITH-OTOMY
-NEPR/O=KIDENY
-NEPHR-ECOMY
-
NEPHR-O-GRAM
-NEPHR-ITIS
-NEPHR-O-MALACIA
-NEPHR-O-MEGALY
-NEPHR-O-PSTOSIS
-NEPHR -OTOMY
-NEPHR
WORD BUILDING
  • PYEL/O= PELVIS
  • PYEL-O-GRAM
  • PYEL-ITIS
  • PYEL-O-PLASTY
  • UR/O
  • UROLOGIST
  • URO-OLOGY
  • URETER/OURETER-ECTASIS
  • -URETER-O-STENOSIS
  • URETHR/O
SUFFIX  COMBINED  WITH MEDICAL TERM DEFINITION
URIA    ALBUMIN  ALBUMIN              ALBUMIN IN THE URINE
              AN-              AN-URIA               NO URINE
               AZOT/O    


VOCABULARY
  • anuria Complete suppression of urine formed by the kidnes and a complete lack of urine excretion
  • calculus
  • diuresis
  • Enurisis
  • E coli
  • Frequency
  • Hesitancy
  • Micturation
  • Renal colic
  • Stricture
  • Uremia
  • Urgency
  • Urinary incontinece
  • Urinary retention
  • Stricture
  • Uremia
  • Urgency
    • Urinary Bladder 
    • PATHOLOGY VOCABULARY
  • acute tubular necrosis
  • bladder neck obstruction
  • cystocele
  • diabetic nephropathy
  • Glomerulonephritis Inflamation of th kideny (primarily of the glomerulus). Since the glomerular membrane is inflamed
  • hydronephrosis
  • interstitial cystitis
  • nephrolithiasis
  • polycystic Kidneys
  • Wim's tumor Malignant 
  • pyelonephritis Inflammation of the renal pelvis and the kideny. One of the most common types of kidney problems
  • renal failure
  • urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • blood urea nitrogen
  • clean catch specimen
  • cystography
  • Cystoscopy Visual eamination of the urinary
  • excretory uropgraphy
  • intravenous pyelogram
  • kidney,ureters,bladder - X-
  • retrograge pyelogram - A diagnostic X-ray in which dye is inserted throught the urethra to outline the bladder ,ureter, and renal pelvis.
  •  DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
  • Urinalysis
  • Catherization
  • extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy - Use of ultrasound waves to break
  • Hemodialysis
  • Lithotomy
  • THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES
  • Lithrotripsy
  • meatotomy
  • Peritoneal dialysis -Removal of tox waste substance from the body by placing warm chemically balcanced solutions into the peritoneal cavity. Wastes are fo;ter pit pf tje bpp;d
  • renal transplant -Surgical placement of a donor kidney
  • PHARMACOLOGY
  • Antibotic-
  • Antisposmadic
  • diuretics
  • DISCHARGE SUMMARY
  • Admitting Diagnosis:
  • -Severe right side pain, visible in the urine.
  • Final Diagnosis
  • -Pyelonephritis right kidney, complicated by chronic cystitis
  • HISOTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS
  • -Patient has lognn history of frequent bladdr infections.but denies any recent lower pelvic pain or dysuria./ Earlier today he had rapid onset of server right side pain. and is unable tostand fully erct. His temperature was 101f and hisskin was seaty and flushed 
  •  
  •  
  • Summary of Hospital Course:
  • -Clean catch urinalysis revealed gross hematuria and pyuria,but not albuminuria. A C&S was ordered to identify the pathogen and a broadspectrum iv antibiotic was started. An intraveous pyelogram indicated no calculi or obstructions in the ureters. Cystoscopy discovered evidence of chronic cystitis,bladder irritation, and a bladder neck obstruction.
  • The obstruction appears to be congenitaal and the probable  cause of the chronic cystitis. The patient was chatherized to ensure complete voiding of the bladder, and fluids were encourgage. Patents responded well to the antibiotic theraphy and fluids and his symptoms improvedd
  • DISCHARGED 
  • CHART NOTE
  • CURRENT COMPLAINT
  • -A 36 year old male was seen by the speacialist in the treatment of diseases of the urinary system because of right flang pain and blood in the urine.
  • PAST HISTORY
  • -Patients has a history of bladdr infection: denies experiences any symptoms for 2 years.
  • Signs and Symptoms 
  • A technique used to obtain an uncontaminated urine sample obtained for laboratory analysis of the urine revealed blood in the urine. but pus ;in the urine. A ;kidney X-Ray made after inserting dye into the bladder was normal on the left,but dye was seen filling the right ureter only halfway to
  • STATE THE MEDICAL TERMS DESCRIBING THE SENTENCE
  1. surgical fixation of the kidney
  2. X-ray record of thekidney
  3. condition of kidney sotnes 
  4. removal of a kidney
  5. inflammation of the kidney
  6. inflammation fo the bladder 
  7. rapid bleeding from the bladder
  8. surgical repair of the bladder 
  9. bladder pain 
  10. surgical reapir of the renal pelvis
  11. inflammation fo the renal pelvis
  12. X-ray record fo the renal pelvis
  13. a ureteral stone 
  14. surgical repair of a ureter
  15. surgical removal of
  16. micturition
  17. diurectic
  18. renal colic
  19. catherization
  20. pyelitis
  21. nephropyel
  22. lithotomy
  23. enuresis
  24. meatotomy
  25. diabetic nephropathy
  26. urninalysis
  27. hesitancy
  28. Albuminuria
  29. Pyuria
  30. Bacteriuria
  31. Unuria
  32. Hematuria
  33. Urethritis
  34. Dysuria
  35. Nphrolith
  36. Lithrotripsy
  37. Ketonuria
  38. K
  39. Na
  40. UA
  41. BUN
  42. SG
Wilm's tumor
polycystic kidneys
pephrolithiasis
urgency

USE OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS IN THE SENTENCES THAT FOLLOW
renal transplant cystostomy renal biobsy
Ureterectomy    pyelolithectomy   urinary tract infection
Cystoscopy       intravenous pyelogram     nephropexy
Naomy had to have one of her ureters  removed due to a stricture this procedure is called
The physician had to create a temporary opening between 

UROLOGICAL CASE
Placenta
Hysterectomy
Partial
Total
Episiotomy
Mediolateral incision
midline
WORD BUILDING
-Amnio/o=amnion
-Amni-otomy-
-Amni-o-rrhea
cervic/o=cervix,neck
-Cervic-ectomy
-Endo-cervic-itis
-colp-o-scope
-Colp-o-scopy
-men/o=menses
-A-men-o-rrhea
-Dys-men-o-rrhea
-Oligo-men-o
-Men-o-rrhagia
.metr/o=uterus
-Emdp-metr-itis
-Peri-metr-itis
-Metr-o-rrhea
-Metr-o-rrahia
WORD BUILDING
Pseudo -cyesis  Pseusocyesis   false pregnancy
Nulli-   -gravida nulligravida   no pregnancies
primi-  -gravida  primigravida  first preganancy
Multi   -
menarche
Menopause
Ovulation
Fertilization
Tubal pregnacy
Premature
Atresia
barrier contraception
breech presentation
Colostrum - A thin fluid first secreted
VOCBULARY
Dyspareunia
-painful
-infertility
-intrauterine device (iUD)
last menstrual period  (LMP)
Low birth weight (LBW)
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Neonate
Obstetrician
Obstetrics (Ob)
Parturition
puberty
Puerperium
PATHOLOGY RELATING TO THE FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • Abruptio placentae
choriocarcinoma
condyloma
Cystocele
eclampsiap
 Down Syndrome
Endiometral Cancer
Ovarian cyst
pelvic inflammatory disease
placenta previa
preeclampsia
Prolapsed uterus
Rectocele
Stillbirth
toxic shock syndrome (TSS)
Prolapsed umbilical cord when the umbilical cord of the baby is expelled first during delivery and is squezzed between  the baby's head the
Amniocentesis
Apgar
cervical biopsy

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Fetal monitoring
PAP smear
pelvic examination
pelvic ultrasonography
pelvimetry
pregnancy test
hymenectomy
kegel exercise
laparatomy
lumpectomy
vaginal hyesterectomy
VASECTOMY
WORLD BUILDING RELATING TO THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

  • andr/o=male
  • andr-o-gen
  • andr-o-pathy
  • balan/o=glans penis
  •  
 ejaculation
erectile dysfunction (ED)
impotence
spermatolytic
sterility
epispadias
genital herpes
genital warts
gonorrhea
hydrocele
hypospadias
phimosis
prostate cancer
sexually transmitted disease
syphilis
testicular torsion
trichomoniasis
varicocele
venereal disease
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
DIGITAL EXAM
-manual examintationfor an enlarged porostate gland
-castration
-excision of the testicles in the malel
Androgen
Antiprostatic
Erectile dysfunction agents
CASE STUDY
Reasons for Consultation:
-High -risk pregnancy with late term bleeding
History of Present Illnes
-Patient is 23 .She is currently estimated to be  a 240 days of g
RESULTS OF PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
Patient appears well nourished and an abdominal girth appears consistent with length of gestation. she is understandably quite anxious regarding  the sudden stopping. Pelvic ultrasound indicates placenta previa with placenta almost completely

Current complain
-Patient is a 77 years old male seen by the urologist with complaints of nocturia and difficulty with ejaculation
PAST HISTORY
-the patient had  cryptorchidisim at birth, which  was repaired by the orchodopexy. H had also undergone vasectomy at the age of 41 years old.
Signs and Symptoms
-patients noted these symptoms about 5 years  ago. They have become increasingly severe and now he is not able to sleep without walking up to urinate up to 20 x
  1. Cervical
  2. Colpo-scope
  3. atresia
  4. neonate
  5. menopause
  6. menarche
  7. dysmenorrhea
  8. fallopian tube
  9. lactation
  10. miscarry
  11. clitoris
  12. endometrium
  13. placenta
  14. fundus
  15.  
fribroid tumor
puberty
stillbirth
Conization
eclampsia
D&C
C-section
endometriosis
laparascopy
fibroid tumor
premenstrual syndrome
  1. orchi ectomy
  2. vesicul o pathy
  3. orchi o plast
  4. vesicul itis
  5. prostat

CHAPTER 11
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
BUILDING WORDS
  • ADENO/O=GLAND
  • -ADEN-O-MA
  •  ANDREN/O=ADRENAL GLAND
  • -ADREN-O-MEGALY
  • -ADREN-O-PATHY
  • ADRENAL/O
  • KAL/L =POTASIUM
  • -HYPER-KAL-EMIA
  • NATR/O=SODIUM
  • L-HYPO-NATR
  • VOCABULARY RELATING TO THE ENDCOCRINE SYSTEM
  • EDEMA - Condition in which the body tissuses contain excessive amounts of of fluids

  • EXOPHTHALMOS
  • GYNECOMASTIA
  • HIRSUTISM
  • HYPERSECRETION
  • HYPOSECRETION
  • MATABOLISM
  • OBESITY
  • SYNDROME
  • ACIDOSIS Excessive acidity of body fluids
  • ACROMEGALY
  • ADDISON'S DISEASE
  • ADENOCARCINOMA
  • ADRENAL FEMINIZATION
  • ADRENAL VIRILISM
  • CRETINISM
  • CUSHINGS'S SYNDROMRE -Set of symptoms namef after Harvey Cushings an American nerusurgeon that result from heprsecretion of the adrenal cortex  this maybe the result of a tumor of the adrenal gland The ysdrome may presnt sympomts of weakenss adema ecess hari growth skin discoloration and osteoporosis.
  • diabetis insipidus
  • diabetes mellitus
  • diabetic retinoplathy
  • dwarfisim condition of abeing abnormally short in heigh, It maybe the result of ahereditary conditio or alcak of growth hormone.
  • Gigantism
  • Goiter 
  • Graves disease
  • Hashimoto's disease
  • hyperthyroidism condition that reseluts from overactivity of the thyroid gland and cans casuse a crisis situatio. Also called graves disease.
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
  • insulinoma
  • ketoacidosis acidosis due to an ecess ofa acidic ketone bodies  (waste products) A serious condition requiring immediate treatment that can result in death for the diabetic patint if not reversed.
  • myxedema
  • non -insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
  • pan hipy pituitarianism
  • peripheral neuropathy damage
  • pheochromocytoma
  • tetany
  • thyrotoxicosis
  • Basal Metabolic rate
  • blood  serum test
  • fasting blood sugar
  • glucose tolerace test test to determine the blood sugar
  • protein bound iodine test
  • radioactive iodine uptake test
  • radioimmunoassay
  • serum glucose tests. blood test performed to assist in determing insulin level sand useful for adjusting medication 
  • thyroid echogram ultrasound examination of thyroid that an asssist in distiginguishing a thryroid nodule from a cyst
  • Thyroid function
  • thryid scan
  • total calcium
  • chemical thyroidectomy
  • laparoscopic adrenalectomy
  • lobectomy
  • prathyroidetomy
  • thrymectomy
  • thyroidectomy
  • corticosteriods
  • epinephrine
  • human growth hormone threapy with human growth homrone in order to stimulate skelatal growth.Used to treat children with abnormally low stature.
  • insulin
  • oral hypoglacemic agent
  • thyroid replacement homrmone
  • vasopressin ADH
  • DISCHARGE SUMMARY
  • Admitting Diagnosis 
  • Hyperglycemic.,ketoacidosis,glycosuria
  • Final Diagnosis
  • New onset type 1 diabetes mellitus
  • History of Present Illnes
  • Patient presented to pediatrician's office with a 2 month history of weight los,fatigue polyuria and polydipsia.  Her family history is significant for a grandfather mother and older brother with type 1 diabetes mellitus. eh pediatrician found heperglycemia with a fasting blood sugar and glycosuria with a urine dipstick. Patient was also we noted to be dehydrated and extremely lethargic. She is being admitted at this time for managment of new onset diabetes mellitus.
  • DISCHARGE SUMMARY
  • Summary of Hospital Course
  • At admission, the FBS was 300 mg/100 mL and she was in ketoacidosis. she improved after receiving insulin. her serum glucose level normalized, and her lethargy disappeared . The next day a 2 hour postprandial glucose tolerance test. confirmed the diagnosis of DM while an abdominal Xray and pacnrea CT scan were normal. There was not evidence of diabetic retinopathy. Attempts to control hyperglglycemia with oral hypoglcymics were not successful and patient was started on insulin injections. Shea was discharged  3 days later on a protocol of bid insulin injections . The patients ....
  • CHARTE NOTE
A 56 WAS REFERRED TO THE ENDOCRINOLOGIST FOR EVALUATION FO WEAKNESS,EDEMA,OBESITY AND AN HIRSUTIM.
PMH.
-PATIENT HAS BEEN OVERWEIGHT MOST OF HER LIFE IN SPOITE OF A HEALTHY DIET AND REGULAR EXERCISE. SHE WAS DIAGNESED WITH OSTEOPOROSIS AFTER INCURRING A PATHOLOGICAL RIB FRACTURE FOLLOWING A COUGHING ATTACK
SINGS AND SYMPOTOMS
PATIEN HAS MODERATE EDEMA IN BILATERAL FEET AND LOWER LEGS AS WELL AS  A PUFFY FACE AND AN UPPER LIP MOUSTACHE. SHE IS 100 LBS. OVER NORMAL BODY WEIGHT FOR AGE AND HEIGHT. SHE MOVE SSLOWLY AND APPEARS
LETHARGIC.
MATCHING 
Endocrinology Pituitary Gland Gonads
Testosterone    Corticosteroids    Estrgogen
ADH T4    Exophathalmos
Adenocarcinoma
  • adrenalectomy
  • thyroidectomy 
  • adrenalitis
  • euthyroid
  • thyroidotomy
  • thymoma
  • cushing's disease
  • goiter 
  • acidosis
  • gigantism
  • cretinism
  • myxedema
  • diabetes mellitus
  • diabetis insipjidus
  • Hashimoto's disease
  • Graves's disease
  • Addison's disease
  • definitions
  • enlarged thyroid
  • overacitive adrenal cortex
  • hyperthyroidism 
  • underactive adrenal cortex
  • associated with diabetes
  • causes polyuria and polydipsia
  • thyroditis
    • DEFINE OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS
    • Adenocarcinoma
    • chemical throidectomy
    • gigantism
    • ketoacidosis
    • polydipsia
    • glucose
-algesia An- An-algesia absence of sensitivy to pain
-esthesia An- An-esthesia lack of sensations
                Hyper    Hyper-esthesia excessive 
VOCABULARY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • AURA
  • CHOREA
  • COMA
  • CONSCIOUS
  • CONVULSION
  • DELIRIUM
  • DEMENTIA
  • FOCAL
  • GRAND MAL SEIZURE (TONIC CLONIC SEIZURE)
  • HEMIPARESIS
  • HEMIPLEGIA
  • INTRATHECAL
  • LETHARGY
  • NEUROSURGEON
  • PARAPLEGIA
  • PARAESTHESIA
  • PETIT MAL SEIZURE
  • SCIATICA
  • SEIZURE
  • SLEEP DISORDER 
  • SYNCOPE 
  • TIC spasmodic
  • TREMOR
  • UNCONCIOUS
  •  ALZHEIMER'S
  • AMYTROPHIC
  • BELL'S PALSY
  • BRAIN TUMOR
  • CEREBRAL ANEURYSM
  • Locallized abnoraml dilation 
  • CEREBRAL CONTUTION
  • CEREBRAL PALSY
  • CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT (CVA) Commonly called a stroke. Teh development of an infarct due to loss  inthe blod supply to an area of the brain. B lood flow can 
  • Concussion
  • Encephalocele
  • Epidural hematoma moss
  • Epilepsy
  • GUILLAN-BARRE SYNDROME
  • HUNTINGTON'S CHOREA
  • HYDROCEPHALUS
  • MENINGIOMA
  • MENINGOCELE
  • MIGRAINE
  • MULTIPLE SCLEOROSIS
  • MIASTHENIA GRAVIS
  • MYELOMENINGOCELE
  • NARCOLEPSY CHRONIC DISORDER IN WHICH THERE IS AN
  • PARKINSON'S DISEASE
  • REYE'S SYDROME
  • SHINGLES 
  • SPINA BIFIDA
  • SPINAL CORD INJURY (SCI) Damage
  • Subdural hematoma
  • TIC douloureux
  • Transient ischemic attack
  • BABINSKI'S REFLEX
  • BRAIN SCAN
  • CEREBRAL ANGIOGRAPHY
  • CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
  • ECHOENCEPHALOGRAPHY
  • ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
  • ELECTROMYOGRAPHY
  •  MYELOGRAPHY
  • PNEUMOENCEPHALOGRAPHY
  •  
  • POSITRON EMMISSION TOMOGRAPHY
  • ROMBERG (ROM BERGS) TEST
  • CAROTID ENDARDERECTOMY
  • CEREBROSPINAL FLUID SHUNTS
  • CORDERECTOMY
  • LAMINECTOMY
  • NEREVE BLOCK
  • SYMPATHECTOMY 
  • ANALGESIC
  • ANESTHETIC
  • ANTICHOLINERGIC
  • ANTICONVULSANT
  • BARBITURATE
  • DOPAMINERGIC DRRUGS
  • HYPNOTIC Drugs that promote sleep
  • NARCOTIC Morphine and related drgus 
  • ADMITTING DIAGNOSIS Paraplegia following motorcycle accident. 
  • Final Diagnosis
  • Comminuted L2 fracture with epidural hematoma and spinal cord damage resulting in comple paraplegia at the L2 level 
  • History of Present
DISCHARGE PLANS
-Patient was transfered
hemiparesis and convulsion has to do with weaknesses.
past history
patient is married 
  • polyneuritis
  • encephalophaty
  • cerebrospinal 
  • cerebral
  • encephalitis
  • encephalocele
  • eneephalomyelitis
  • cerebrosclerosis
  • cerebropathy
  • Answers
  • disease of the brain
  • inflamation of the brain
  •  
  • Chorea
  • meningitis 
  • palsy
  • shingles 
  • sycope 
  • lethargy
  • petit mal
  • grand mal
  • meningocele
  • Answers
  • Sluggishness
  • bizarre movement
  • Convulstion
  1. olfactory
  2. optic 
  3. oculomotor
  4. throchlear
  5. trigeminal
  6. abducens
  7. facial
  8. vestibulochochlear
  9.  
  10. carriers faceial sensory impulses 
  11. turn eye to side 
  12. controls tou ngue muscles 
  13. eye muscles and controls pupils
  14. swallowing
  15. controls facial muscles
  16. eye muscle movement
  17. smell controls neck and shoulder muscles 
  18. hearing and equilibrium
  19. vision
  20. organs in lower cavities
  1. cerebrovascular accident
  2. aphasia
  3. Narcolepsy
  4. Dementia
  5. narcotics 
  6. anticonvulsant
sleep disorder
Alzheimer's disease
Stroke
loss of ability to speak
morphine and related drugs
prevents neuron activity
associated with seizures
ambly/o=dull,dim
amblyopia
aque/o=water
aqueuous fluid
blephar/o=eyelid
blephari-itis
bleha-o-plasty
blephar-o-ptosis
blephar-ectomy
conjuctiv/o=conjuctiva
conjuctivitis
ocul/o=eye
bin-ocular
intra-ocular
ocul-o-mycosis
ophthalm/o=eye
ophthal-malgia
ophthalm-ic
ophthalm-o-logist
opthalm-ology
opththalm
opt/o=eye,vison
opt-ic
opto-meter
opto-metry
retino/o=retina
retina-al
WORD BUILDING
SUFFEX MEANING EXAMPLE
Chalasis  Relaxation blepharachalisis
VOCABULARY REALTING TO THE EYE
Accomodation Ability of the eye to adjust
Convergence
Ectropion
Entropion
Emmetropia or emmetropic eye
Esotropia
Exotropia
Exophthalmos
Nyctalopia difficulty seeing in dim ligh, Usually due to damaged rods.
Optician
Optometrist
Papilledema
Photophobia translates to fear of light, it actually
Presbyopia Visual lossdue to old age,resulting in difficulty in focusing for near vision
refraction
refractive error
visual
scotomas
floaters
achromatopsia
amblyopia
blepharochalisis
catarat
chalazion
corneal abrasion
diabetic retinopathy
glaucoma
Hemianopia Loss of vision in half of thvisual field. Astorlke patient may sffer from this disorder.
Hordeolum
Hyperopia or farsighted
Macular  deterioration of the macular are
monochromatism
Unable to perceive on color
myopia or nearsighted
Retinoblastoma
Strabismus
Trachoma Chronic infectious disease of the conjunctiva and corne caused by bacteeria. occurs more commonly intpole living in hot, dry climates Untreated
Keratometry
Ophthalmoscopy
Slit Lamp Microscope instrument  of sharpness of a patients vision. Usually, a Snellen's chart is used for this test in wchich the patients identifies letters from a distance
  • Cryoextraction
  • Cryoretinopexy
  • Enucleation
  • Kertoplsy
  • t;laser photocoagulation the use of lser beam todestry 
  • THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES  RELATING TO THE EYE
  • pahcoemolsification
  • Photorefractive
  • FARMACOLOGY RELATING TO THE EYE
  • anesthetic ophth
  •  
  • artificial tears
  • cycloplegic
  • miotic
  • mydriatic a substance
  • ot/o =ear
  • AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
  • BINAURAL
  • DECIBEL
  • HERTZ
  • INTERPRETER
  • PRESBYCUSIS
  • RESIDUAL HEARING
  • SPEECH READING
  • TINNITUS
  • VERTIGO; DIZINESS
  • ACOUSTIC NEUROMA
  • ANACUSIS Total absence of hearing
  • Ostosclerosis
  • Menier
  • Otitis media
  • Hearing
  • audiometry
  • Falling test Test used toobserve balance and equilibrium. The patients is obsrved balancinon one foot, then with one foodin front of the other.
  • ABBREVIATION 
  • OD OCULUS DEXTER 
  • HYPEROPIA NULLIGRAVIDA
  •  
  • MASECTOMY CHOLELITHIASIS
  • CHOLECYSTOMY
  • VISUAL ACUITY TEST
  • HYPEROPIA
  • CONJUNCTIVITIS NYSTAGMUS
  • PUPILS REACT PROPERLY TO LIGHT. INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE IS NORMAL
  • OPTHTHALMOSCOPY AFTER APPLICATION OF MYDRIATIC DROPS REVEALED PRESENCE OF LARGE OPAQUE CATARACT IN LENS OF RIGH EYE. THERE IS A VERY SAMLL CATARACT FORMING IN THE LEFT EYE.
  • CC-
  • AN 8 YEAR OLD FEMALE WAS REFERRED TO THE ENT BY HER PEDIATRICIAN FOR EVALUATION OF CHRONIC LEFT OTITIS MEDIA.
  • SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
  • BINAURAL OTOSCOPY
  • BLEPHARITIS
  • OPHTHALMOSCOPY
  • IRIDIOPLEGIA
  • BLEPHAROCHALISIS
  • RETINOPATHY
  • RETINOPEXY
  • IRIDECTOMY
  • IRIDOMALCIA
  • BLEPHAROPLASTY
  • OTOLGY 
  • OTOPLASTY 
  • AUDIGRAM
TU TURN                                      CORNEA
VISION                                          TEAR
ABNORMAL NARROWING
EAR CONDITION
HEARING
  •  
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 GLAUC/O
PRESB/O
AMBLY/O

  1. AMBLIOPIA
  2. DIPLIOPIA
  3. MYDIATRIC
  4. MIOTIC
  5. PRESBYOPIA
  6. TINNITUS
  7. STAPES
  8. TYMPANOMETRY

  1. EUSTACHIAN TUBE
  2. LABYRINTH
  3. AUDIOGRAM
  4. OTITIS MEDIA
  5. ---------------------
  6.  MEASURE MOVEMENT OF EARDRUM
  7. AUDITORY TUBE
  8. INNER EAR
  9. RESULT OF HEARING TEST
  10. DOUBLE VISION
  11. WIDE  
  12.  
  1. ACCOMODATION
  2. SCLERA
  3. CATARAT
  4. CONJUNCTIVA
  5. IRIS
  6. REFRACTION
  7. MYOPIA
  8. MYSTAGMUS
  9. OPTIC DISK
  10. VITREOUS HUMOR
  11. EMMETROPIA
  12. ANTIGLAUCOMA DRUG
  1. MYRINGOTOMY 
  2. TYMPANOPLASTY
  3. ENTROPION
  4. HORDEOLUM
  5. PRESBYCUSIS
  6. CHALAZION
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