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1. Hammer-malleus
2. Anvil-Incus
3. Stirrup-stapes

Match the terms for the ossicular chain.
1. hammer_____ a. incus
2. Anvil________ b. stapes
3. Stirrup_______ c. malleus


This is a benign growth of skin in an abnormal location.


This is the removal of the eye, adnexa, and part of the bony orbit.

Slit Lamp

This is a low-powered microscope with a high-intensity light source that focuses the light as a long narrow beam and isused to examine the eyes.

Orbital Implant

This is a cosmetic implant that covers the outer portion of the eye and is also known as a scleral shell prosthesis


This is a bony growth that is also known as surfer's ear because it is associated with chronic cold water exposure.


During this procedure, small plastic or metal tubes are inserted through the tympanic membrane to allow for the drainage of fluid. Later the tubes may be removed, fall out naturally, or are left in place.


This is a cavelike structure that is dominated by two fluid-filled spaces.


Removal of the contents of the globe while leaving the extraocular muscles and sclera intact


Removal of the eye while leaving the orbital structures intact


Repair of the cornea


Absence of the lens of the eye


Presence of an artificial lens after cataract surgery

Anterior Chamber

Fluid filled (aqueous) space, located behind the cornea and in front of the iris


Removal of fluid

Posterior Synechiae

Adhesions of the iris to the lens of the eye

Anterior Synechiae

Adhesions of the iris to the cornea


White, fibrous outer layer of the eyeball and the anterior sclera is the front part of the eye

Ciliary Body

Located behind the iris (colored part of the eye) and produces aqueous humor


Procedure performed for a protruding ear

Eustachian Tube

Connects the middle ear to the back of the throat and allows for drainage of fluid


Procedure in which the incus and stapes are removed

Code to Report Operating Microscope


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