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Name:Date:Clarence harris4/8/21cornearefractedcilliary musclesretinalensrodconesoptic nervevisiall cortexsightAstigmatism:- When light rays entering the eyes focused irregularly.Myopia:- When light rays entering the eyes focus in front of the retinina.Presbyopia:- As people age, the lens of the becoms less flexible.Hyperopia:- When light enter the eye and focus behind the retina (farsightedness)organ of corticochleaeight cranial nervebendrubauditory impulsesmedulla oblangatathalamusauditry cortexaudible
Rinne tuning fork test this is a Method of distinguishing Conductive from sensorineuralhearing loss. Conductive hearing loss Hearing loss resulting from damage to or malformation of the middle or outer ear. Sensorineural hearing loss Hearing loss resulting fromdamage to the inner ear (cochlea) or the auditory nerve.Sensorineural hearing involve thesensory nerve especially as they affect the hearing.Conductive hearing loss is cause by aproblem that starts in the middle ear and prevents sound vibration by the foll:an inability topass throgh the external auditory canal. Limiting the movement of the tympanic membrane.Sensorineural hearing loss results from abnormality of organ of corti .
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