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  1. Ophthalm/o = Eye Ophthalm/itis: Inflammation of the eye Ophthalm/ic: Pertaining to the eye Ophthalm/algia, Ophthalm/ o/dynia: Pain in the eye Ophthalm/ o/ meter: Instrument for measuring the eye (curvature of the cornea) Ophthalm/ o/ptosis, Exophthalmos: Herniation of an eye (abnormal protrusion) Ocul/ar: Pertaining to the eye Medical Terminology Unit 15 Ophthalmology, Endocrinology, and Medical Specialties Ophthalm/o = Eye Ophthalm/o = Eye Any ocular disease Plastic surgery of the eye Paralysis of the eye (muscles) o Ophthalm/o/pathy o Ophthalm/o/plasty o Ophthalm/o/plegia Ophthalm/o/logy: the medical specialty studying eye disease and surgery of the eye Ophthalm/o/logist: Physician who practices in ophthalmology specialty Ophthalm/o/scopy: The examination of the interior of the eye using an instrument Ophthalm/o/scope: The instrument used for eye examination Opt/o = Vision Opt/o/metrist: One who measures visual acuity Opt/ic: The cranial nerve for vision (adj.) Opt/o/metry: The measurement of vision (Practice assessing vision disorders) Op/ia Opt/ic Opt/o Ophthalm/o Ophthalm/ic • Suffix for vision • Adjective- Pertaining to vision • Combining form for vision • Combining form for eye • Adjective- Pertaining to eye 1

  2. Ophthalmologist =Physician (MD or DO) specialist in treating diseases of the eye and performing surgery Degree from medical school Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT) =Technician that assists ophthalmologists with eye exams and helps fit corrective lenses Optometrist =Licensed practitioner (OD) limited to eye examinations and prescribing corrective lenses Degree from optometry school -opia = Vision Cyan/opia: Defect in vision that causes objects to appear blue Xanth/opia: Yellow vision Chlor/opia: Green vision Erythr/opia: Red vision -opia = Vision Diplo- = Double Diplo/cardia: Having a double heart Diplo/genesis: Production of double parts or double substances Diplo/coccus: Coccus that grows in pairs Diplo/bacillus: Bacillus that occurs in pairs My/opia Hyper/opia Presby/opia ?Nearsightedness ?Farsightedness ?Loss of accommodation, “old vision” ?Double vision Dipl/opia Ambi- = Both, Both sides Ambi/later/al: Pertaining to both sides Ambi/dextr/ous: Can work well with both hands Ambi/opia: Both eyes (ou) form separate images (vision) Ambi/valence (n.): Unable to decide, Wavering on both sides Ambi/valent (adj.) -opter = Visible Optos = that which sees Di/opter: A unit of measurement of refraction in the eye OS+1D = left eye 1 diopter Dia/scope: An instrument for examining through 2

  3. Tropia = Turning Trope = Turning When the eyes appear to be turned in an abnormal position, it is called strabismus or squint Tropia = Turning Eyes pointing outward Eyes pointing inward Eyes pointing upward Eyes pointing downward Permanent deviation of the eye around its anteroposterior axis ? Exo/tropia ? Eso/tropia ? Hyper/tropia ? Hypo/tropia ? Cyclo/tropia Phor(ia) = To carry, Bear Dys/phoria: A feeling of depression. Carry an ill feeling. Eu/phoria: Feeling of well being Phor/opt/er: An instrument used to determine the prescription strength needed for corrective lenses Phor/o/meter: The instrument that measures the tone and pull of the eye-moving (bearing) muscle Blephar/o = Eyelid Blephar/o/ptosis: Prolapse of an eyelid Blephar/edema: swelling of the eyelid Oidein = to become swollen Blephar/itis: Inflammation of an eyelid Blephar/otomy: Incision of an eyelid Blephar/o = Eyelid Conjunctiv/o = Conjunctiva Conjunctiva is the membrane that: lines the eyelids ? palpebral conjunctiva Line the sclera ? ocular conjunctiva Conjunctiv/itis: Inflammation of conjunctiva Excision of lesions on the eyelid Surgical repair of an eyelid Blephar/ectomy Blephar/ o/plasty Twitching of an eyelid Blephar/ o/ spasm Prolapse of an eyelid (droopy eyelid) Suture of the eyelid Blephar/ o/ptosis Blephar/ o/rrhaphy 3

  4. Phac/o = Crystalline lens Phac/o/cele: Dislocation of the lens Phacos = lentil Lentils have a biconvex shape just like the crystalline lens of the eye Phac/o/emulsification: Ultrasonic treatment to emulsify the lens and to remove the cataract Cataracts are opacities of the lens of the eye Scler/o = Sclera Scleras = hard Sclera: White, “hard” outer coat of the eye Scler/o/sis: Condition of hardness Scler/o = Sclera Ir/o, Irid/o = Iris Colored part of the eye Ir/itis: Inflammation of the iris Corne/o/ir/itis: Inflammation of the cornea and iris Scler/o/ir/itis: Inflammation of the sclera and iris Ir/ides (Plural) Pertaining to the sclera (adj.) Excision of the sclera (or part) Formation of an opening into the sclera Inflammation of the sclera ?Scler/al ?Scler/ectomy ?Scler/o/stomy ?Scler/itis Ir/o, Irid/o = Iris Irid/o/cele: Protrusion of the iris (dislocation) Irid/algia: Pain in the iris Irid/ectomy: Excision of part or all of the iris Ir/o, Irid/o = Iris Prolapse of the iris Softening of the iris Rupture of the iris Paralysis of the iris ? Irid/o/ptosis ? Irid/o/malacia ? Irid/o/rrhexis ? Irid/o/plegia ? Irid/o/paralysis 4

  5. Retin/o = Retina Glaucoma A disease of the eye in which the intraocular pressure is increased. Open angle glaucoma Angle closure glaucoma Congenital Retin/al: Pertaining to the retina Retin/itis: Inflammation of the retina Retin/o/pexy: Fixation of a detached retina Retin/o/plasty: Surgical repair of retina Retin/o/scope: Instrument used to examine the refractive error of the eye (retina) Retin/o/scopy: The process of using a retinoscope. Also known as “Skiascopy”. Cor/e, Core/o = Pupil Corne/o = Cornea Corne/al: (adj.) Pertaining to cornea Corne/o/ir/itis: Inflammation of cornea and iris Corne/o/scler/al: Pertaining to cornea and sclera Cor /ectopia: Pupil out of place Cor / e/lysis: Destruction of the pupil Cor /ectasia (is): Dilatation (stretching) of the pupil Anis/ o/coria: Unequal pupil size Core/ o/ meter, Pupil/ o/ meter: Instrument for measuring the pupil Core/ o/metry , Pupil/ o/metry: Measurement of the pupil Core/ o/plasty : Plastic surgery of the pupil Kerat/o = Cornea Cycl/o = Ciliary body Cyclos = Circle Ciliary body encircles the inside of the iris and controls the iris shape/size Cycl/o/plegia (n.): Paralysis of the ciliary body Cycl/o/plegic (adj.) Cycl/o/kerat/itis: Ciliary body and cornea inflammation Kerat/ectasia (is): Forward bulging (dilatation) of the cornea Kerat/ o/cele: Herniation of the cornea (protrusion of the cornea) Kerat/ o/plasty : Plastic operation of the cornea (corneal transplant) Kerat/ o/tomy: Incision of the cornea Radial keratotomy = Making small incision into the cornea to improve vision in myopia Kerat/ o/rrhexis: Corneal rupture Kerat/ o/scler/itis: Inflammation of cornea and sclera 5

  6. Dacry/o = Tears Dacry/o/rrhea: Excessive lacrimation, Flow of tears Dacry/o/cyst/itis: Tear sac inflammation Dacry/o/aden/algia: Pain in tear gland Dacry/oma: Tumor of the tear duct or gland Dacry/o/py/o/rrhea: Discharge of pus from tear gland Dacry/o/cyst/o/cele: Herniation of the tear sac Dacry/o/lith: Stone in the tear duct Lacrim/o= Tears Lacrim /al: Pertaining to tears Lacrimal gland secretes tears Lacrimal sac collects lacrimal fluids(tears) Lacrim /ation: Tearing, Crying Nas/o/lacrim /al: Pertaining to the nasal passages and the tear ducts Nasolacrimal duct drains away the tears Lacrimal fluid keeps the surface of the eye moistened Dacry/o = Tears Onych/o = Nails Excessive flow of tears Prolapse of the tear sac An instrument for cutting (incising) the tear sac Dacry/o/rrhea Dacry/o/cyst/o/ptosis Dacry/o/cyst/o/tome Onych/o/malac/ia: Softening of the nails Onych/o/myc/osis: Fungus infection (condition) of the nails Onych/o/phagia: Nail biting (eating) Onych/o/crypt/osis: Hidden nail or condition of nail being hidden, Ingrown nail Par/onych/ia: Condition of infection in the tissues around the nail Onych/o = Nails Trich/o = Hair Trich/o/genous: Promoting hair growth Trich/iasis: Formation of hair (in the wrong places) Trich/o/glossia (n.): Hairy tongue Trich/oid: Resembling hair Trich/o/phobia: Abnormal fear of hair Trich/o/pathy: Air hair disease Resembling a nail Tumor of the nail (or nail bed) Any nail condition Onych/oid Onych/oma Onych/osis 6

  7. Cyt/o = Cell Phag/o = Eat, Swallow Cyt/o/meter: An instrument for measuring (counting) cells Cyt/o/metry: The process of measuring (counting) cells Cyt/o/stasis: Stopping or controlling cells Cyt/o/scopy: Examination of cells Phag/ia: Condition of eating or swallowing Phag/o/cyte: A cell that eats microorganisms Phag/o/cyt/osis: The process of the cells eating microorganisms Cyt/o/phagy = Phag/o/cyt/osis Macr/o/phage: A large phagocyte Micr/o/phage: A small phagocyte Phag/o = Eat, Swallow Endo- = Inside Endo/crine: To secrete inside. Glands that secrete hormones Endo/crin/ology: The medical specialty studying the endocrine system Endo/crin/ologist: The specialist (physician) in the study of endocrine system Nail biting Hair swallowing Air swallowing ? Onych/o/phagy (ia) ? Trich/o/phagy (ia) ? Aer/o/phagy (ia) Combining Form Meaning Hormones Glands that produce Thyroid/o, thyr/o Thym /o Adren/o Pancreat/o Oophor/o Testic/, Orchid/o, Orchi/o Thyroid gland Thymus gland Adrenal gland Pancreas Ovary testis Adren/o/corticoid (cortisone) Thyr/o/xine, Thyr/o/xin Test/o/sterone Adrenal gland (adrenal cortex) Thyroid gland testes 7

  8. Thyroid Adren/o = Adrenal gland Adren/o/pathy: Any disease condition of the adrenal glands Adren/o/megaly: Enlargement of the adrenal glands Adren/o/lysis: Destruction of adrenal tissue Adrenal glands are also called Supra/ renal glands because they are above the kidneys. Supra/renal glands produce epi/nephr/ine. Hyper/thyroid/ism: Overactive thyroid Hypo/thyroid/ism: Underactive thryoid Pituitary Gland Pituitary gland (hypophysis) is an endocrine gland secreting a number of hormones that regulate many bodily processes including growth, reproduction, and various metabolic activities. Anterior lobe Posterior lobe -emia = Blood condition Isch/emia: A condition in which blood flow is interrupted Transient ischemic attack (TIA) = temporary interruption of blood flow in brain Leuk/emia: Blood cancer with abnormally increased leukocyte count -emia = Blood condition Reduction in red blood cells Too much blood (in one part) Urine constituents in the blood An/emia Hyper/emia Ur/emia Hemat/uria Blood in the urine 8

  9. Traumat/o = Trauma Trauma = Wound or injury Traumat/ology: The study of caring for wounds Traumat/ic: Pertaining to wounds Various injury types Abrasion Contusion Evulsion Puncture Fracture Laceration ? Scrape ? Bruise ? A tearing away ? Make a hole ? Break ? A cut Specialty Otorhinolaryngology Specialist Limits of Field Ear-Nose-Throat Specialty Specialist Limits of Field Pathology Dermatology Dermatologist Neurology Gynecology Gynecologist Urology Endocrinology Endocrinologist Oncology Cardiology Ophthalmology Ophthalmologist Pathologist Diseases-nature & causes Skin Nervous system diseases Female diseases Male & urinary diseases Glands of internal secretion Neoplasms (New growths) Heart Eye Otorhinolaryngologist Obstetrics Obstetrician Geriatrics Pediatrics Orthopedics Orthopedist Psychiatry Audiology Radiology Chiropractic Chiropractor Podiatry Pregnancy, Childbirth Old age Children Bones and muscles Mental disorders Hearing function Diagnostic imaging Manipulation therapy Diseases of the foot Neurologist Geriatrician Pediatrician Urologist Psychiatrist Audiologist Radiologist Oncologist Cardiologist Podiatrist Abbreviation Abbreviation Follicle-stimulating hormone Fracture Human chorionic gonadotropin Light and accomodation Light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation Milligram (0.001 gram) Millimeter (0.001 meter) Open-angle glaucoma Obstetrician, Obstetrics ACTH AOA COA COMT COT D EMT EMT -P ENT Adrenocorticotropic hormone American Optometric Association Certified Ophthalmic Assistant Certified Ophthalmic Medical Technologist Certified Ophthalmic Technician Diopter Emergency medical technician EMT – paramedic Ear, nose, throat specialist FSH Fx HCG L&A Laser mg Mm OA G OB 9

  10. Abbreviation od OD os ou PERRLA Right eye (oculus dexter) Doctor of optometry Left eye (oculus sinister) Both eyes (oculus uterque) Pupils equal, round, reactive to light and accomodation Triiodothyronine, tetraiodothyronine (thyroid function tests) Transient ischemic attack Thyroid-stimulating hormone T3, T4 TIA TSH 10