localized collection of pus that will result in the disintegration of tissue over time.
glands, located at the top of the kidneys, that produce steroid hormones.
those parts of the eye in the front of and including the lens, orbit, extraocular muscles, and eyelid.
cutting threw the antrum wall to make an opening in the sinus.
excision of a portion of the temporal bone.
use of a neddle and a syringe to with-draw fluid
condition in which the refractive surfaces of the eye are unequal
prefix meaning hearing
congenital absence of the external auditory canal
lymph nodes located in the armpit
prefix meaning eyelid
insertion of a tube into a duct or cavity
opaque covering on or in the lens
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
brain and spinal cord
also called a gland;it is the highest of the deep groin lymph nodes
the lining of the eyelids and the covering of the sclera
the opposite side
prefix meaning pupil
the part of the skeleton that encloses the brain
prefix meaning ciliary body or eye muscle
prefix meaning tear or tear duct
prefix meaning pertaining to the lacrimal sac
EAR, PARTS OF THE EXTERNAL
auricle, pinna, ecternal acoustic, and meatus
EAR, PARTS OF THE INNER
vestibule, semicircular canals and cochlea
EAR, PARTS OF THE MIDDLE
malleus, incus, and stapes
removal of an organ or organs from a body cavity.
removal of an organ all in one piece
creation in a new opening in the inner wall of the middle ear.
referring to the groin and the thigh
connection of two regions of structures
tissue conncetion between right and left thyroid lobes
surgical removal of the isthmus
lymph nodes located next to the large vein in the neck
prefix meaning cornea
surgical repair of the cornea
inner connecting cavities, such as the interna ear
surgical excision of the lamina
station along the lymphatic system
excision of a lymph node or nodes
inflammation of a lymph node
incision into a lymphatic vessel
prefix meaning posterior temporal bone
prefix meaning eardrum
prefix meaning eye
orbit, extraocular muscles, and eyelid
produces a hormone to mobilize calcium from the bones to the blood
12 pairs of crainal nerves, 31 pairs of spinal nerves and automic nervous system; connects peripheral receptors to the brain and spinal cord.
those parts of the eye behind the lens
behind the sac holding the abdominal organs and vicera
surgical repair of the nose
prefix meaning tube
outer covering of the eye
divert of make an artificial passage
cavities within the facial bones (maxillary, frontal, sphenoid and ethmoid)
entire skeletal framework of the head
sensory or motor nerve that supplies a dermatome
excision of the spleen
radiographic procedure to allow visuailzation of the splenic and portal veins of the spleen
immature blood cell
method of identifying a specific area of point in the brain
EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES DEVIATION RESULTING IN UNEQUAL VISUAL AXES
part of the peripheral nervous system that controls automatic body function and sympathetic nerves activated under stress
suturing together of the eyelids
collection and distribution point for lymph, and the largest lymph vessel located in the cheast
surgical removal of the thymus
gland that produces hormones important to the immune response
connection between the thyroid and the pharnyx
part of the endocrine system that produces hormones that regulate metabolism
surgical removal of the thyroid
called simple mastoidectomy, it creats an opeing in the mastiod for drainage
grafting of tissue from one source to another
VASCUALR TISSUE OF THE CHOROID, CILIARY BODY AND IRIS
prefix meaning pertaining to the vitreous body of the eye
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