Exam 5 Lecture 2

Exam 5 Lecture 2 - 13:07 Exam5Lecture2: History o...

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13:07 Exam 5 Lecture 2: History o Eucdid’s optics o Celsus’ description of cataract surgery Terms o Symptomatic Symptomatic Terms o What does the root in scotoma mean? Scot/o – darkness Scotophobia Scotopia/photopia (accommodating your vision in darkness/light) Central scotoma is when there is a black fuzziness in the middle of  your vision Scintillating soctoma is when you look into a light and sparkling dots  are floating throughout your vision Horizontal gaze nystagmus (nustazein – to nod in sleep) o Looking your to the side of your vision and your eye lagging or jerking  back and forth Ageotropic nystagmus o When your eye gazes upwards and jerks back down (vertical nystagmus) Describe these 3 eye conditions: o Droopy eye lid (blepherotosis) o Different color eyes (heterochromia)
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o Pupil is smaller than should be (miosis) Miosis vs. meiosis
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