A condition of excessive acidity of body fluids.
A chronic disease marked by the enlargement of the extremities caused by excessive growth hormones.
Inhibit ascending pain pathways in the CNS. They increase threshold and alter pain perception.
Inhibit the spread of seizure activity in the motor context.
One who specializes in disorders of hearing.
Pertaining to the sense of hearing.
Culture & Sensitivity
Coronary Artery Disease
Earwax, the yellowish substance secreted by the gland in the canal of the external ear.
Congestive Heart Failure
Computed Tomography (CT)
A diagnostic procedure used to study the structure of the brain. Computerized three-dimensional X-Ray images allow the radiologist to differentiate between intracranial tumors, cysts, edema and hemorrhage.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Cerebral Vascular Accident
Pertaining to within the ear.
A state of balance. In the inner ear, the semicircular canals are the site of the organs of balance
Surgical operation in which a new opening is made in the labyrinth of the inner ear for restoration of hearing
An instrument used for cutting the eardrum.
Infllammation of the sclera.
A disorder of the eye in which the optic axes cannot be directed to the same object; also called a squint.
An instrument used to measure intraocular pressure.
Inflamed eye condition caused by foreign material.