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A. Define the combining form. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. ambly/o: dull, dim2. aden/o: gland3. blast/o: immature4. blephar/o: eyelid5. chromat/o: color6. conjunctiv/o: conjunctiva7. corne/o: cornea8. x e r/o: dry9. dacry/o: tears10. dipl/o: double11. emmetr/o: correct, proper12. glauc/o: gray13. ir/o: iris14. irid/o: iris15. kerat/o: cornea16. lacrim/o: tears17. macul/o: macula lutea18. mi/o: lessening19. mydr/i: widening20. nyctal/o: night21. ocul/o: eyes22. ophthalm/o: eye23. opt/o: eye, vision24. optic/o: eye, vision25. papill/o: optic disk26. phac/o: lens27. phot/o: light28. presby/o: old age29. pupill/o: pupil30. retin/o: retina31. scler/o: sclera32. stigmat/o: point33. uve/o: choroid34. cycl/o: ciliary body35. acous/o: hearing36. audi/o: hearing37. audit/o: hearing38. aur/o: ear39. auricul/o: ear40. cerumin/o: cerumen41. cochle/o: cochlea42. labyrinth/o: labyrinth43. myring/o: tympanic membrane44. ot/o: ear45. salping/o: auditory tube46. staped/o: stapes47. tympan/o: tympanic membranePrefixes and Suffixes48. –metrist: specialist in measuring49. –opia: vision condition50. –opsia: vision condition51. –tropia; turned condition52. –cusis: hearing53. m y o - : to shutB. Analyze each term presented below and list and define the word parts used to build each term. I’ve done the first one as an example. 1. B leph arit is: blephar/o = eyelid; -itis = inflammation of 2. Corneomalacia: corne/o = cornea; malacia = abnormal softening 3. Nyctalopia: nyctal/o = night; opia = vision condition 4. Optometry: opt/o = vision; metry = process of measuring 5. Presbyopia: presby/o = old age; opia = vision condition 6. Amblyopia: ambly/o = dull, dim; opia = vision condition 7. Monochromatism: mono = one; chromat/o = color; ism = state of 8. Exotropia: exo = outward; tropia = turned condition 9. Hemianopia: hemi = half; an = without; opia = vision condition 10. Keratometry: kerat/o = cornea; metry = process of measuring 11. Ophthalmoscopy: ophthalm/o = eye; scopy = process of visually examining 12. Cryoretinopexy: cry/o = cold; retin/o = retina; pexy = surgical fixation 13. Tympanometry: tympan/o = tympanic membrane; metry = process of measuring 14. Otorhinolaryngology: ot/o = ear; rhin/o = nose; laryng/o = larynx; logy = study of 15. Presbycusis: presby/o = old age; cusis = hearing condition 16. Ceruminoma: cerumen/o = cerumen; oma = mass 17. Otosclerosis: ot/o = ear; sclerosis = hardening 18. Labyrinthitis: labyrinth/o = labyrinth; itis = inflammation 19. Otoscopy: ot/o = ear; scopy = process of visually examining 20. Keratoplasty: kerat/o = cornea; plasty = surgical repair C. Unscramble each medical term below. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. t r a e t p a o l s k y: keratoplastySurgical repair of the cornea2. m t a u g s n y s: nystagmusJerky involuntary eye movements3. p o y a m i: myopiaNear-sighted4. a o a a i o c h m p r s t: achromatopsiaProfound inability to see color5. a e u u o s q: aqueousPertaining to water6. p o n c i i t a: opticianHealthcare professional trained to make corrective lenses7. a t s r s i b s u m: strabismusWeakness of external eye muscles8. l u c o c o m i o s s y: oculomycosisFungus infection of the eye9. x m a p o t r h e n r i s y: tympanorrhexisTerm meaning ruptured eardrum10. s i n t t i u n: tinnitusRinging in the earsD. Build a term. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. drooping eyelid: blepharoptosis2. paralysis of ciliary body: cycloplegia3. double vision: diplopia4. pertaining to within eye: intraocular5. softening of sclera: scleromalacia6. retina disease: retinopathy7. incision into eardrum: tympanotomy8. surgical repair of ear: otoplasty9. instrument to measure hearing: audiometer10. auditory tube inflammation: salpingitisE. Matching:__H__1. Nyctalopia a. Dry eyes__O__2. Presbyopia b. Ringing in the ears__L__3. Optician c. Eye tumor in children__S__4. Papilledema d. Sensitivity to strong light__A__5. Xerophthalmia e. Middle ear infection__X__6. Achromatopsia f. Increase in intraocular pressure__D__7. Photophobia g. Procedure to treat myopia__J__8. Amblyopia h. Night-blindness__V__9. Myopia i. Sharpness of vision__F__10. Glaucoma j. Lazy eye__T__11. Cataract k. Looks for corneal abrasions__C__12. Retinoblastoma l. Grinds corrective lens__N__13. Hordeolum m. Dizziness__Q__14. Blepharoptosis n. A stye__Y__15. Strabismus o. Loss of vision with aging__K__16. F luorescein staining p. Ear wax__I__17. Visual acuity q. Drooping eyelid__W_18. Binaural r. Allows drainage of fluid from middle ear__B__19. Tinnitus s. Choked disk__P__20. Cerumen t. Opaque lens__M__21. Vertigo u. Dilates the pupil__R__22. PE tubes v. Near-sighted__E__23. OM w. Referring to both ears__G__24. LASIK x. Color blindness__U__25. Mydriatic y. Caused by eye muscle


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