Opacity of the lens of the eye that causes clouded, blurred, or dim vision. Can be removed with surgery that replaces the lens with an artificial lens.
A complication of diabetes mellitus due to damaged blood vessels in the retina. If found early, treatments, such as laser treatment that can help shrink blood vessels, injections that can reduce swelling, or surgery, can prevent permanent vision loss. Fill in the blank. (Diabetic ___________).
Gradual loss of peripheral vision caused by elevated intraocular pressure that leads to progressive damage to the optic nerve.
Age-related hearing loss.
The impairment of near vision and accommodation as the lens of the eye gradually becomes thicker and loses flexibility as a person ages.
Any type of difficulty that an individual has with one of their five senses or sensory function. Fill in the blank. (Sensory _________)
A condition that occurs when an individual receives too many stimuli or cannot selectively filter meaningful stimuli. Fill in the blank. (Sensory ______________).
Sensory receptors that respond to specific stimuli such as pain, pressure, temperature, and vibration; includes vestibular sensation and proprioception.
Hearing ringing in the ears.
A sense of spatial orientation and balance. Fill in the blank. (__________ sensation).
The interpretation of sensation during the sensory process.
Loss of central vision with symptoms such as blurred central vision, distorted vision that causes difficulty driving and reading, and the requirement for brighter lights and magnification for close-up visual activities.
Sense of taste.
Sense of hearing.
Relating to the sense of smell.
Relating to seeing or sight.
Benign tumor near cranial nerve 8.
loss of taste
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The practice of keeping one's mouth clean and free of disease and other problems (2 words, but write it with no space)
The thin, tough shell that acts as the outer covering of a tooth and is the hardest tissue in the human body
A sticky film of bacteria that forms on our teeth
Damage to a tooth's enamel due to attacking acids that bacteria in our mouth make (2 words, but write it with no space)
A mineral found in milk, yoghurt and cheese and helps promote strong teeth and bones
A mineral found in eggs, fish, lean meat and dairy which is good for strong teeth
A vitamin which promotes gum health, is found in citrus fruits but is quite acidic, so can weaken the enamel
A vitamin which helps calcium be absorbed into the body and can be gained from sunlight, oily fish and fortified foods
A mineral that teams up with calcium and phosphate to create a defence system in the enamel and is found in baked potatoes and UK tap water
A carbohydrate that is often added to processed foods, and leads to plaque on the teeth
A drink that helps cleanse the mouth and neutralise plaque acids
Who should take care in looking after their teeth, brush twice a day and floss and visit the dentist regularly?
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