chorioretinal


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chorioretinal

 [kor″e-o-ret´ĭ-nal]
pertaining to the choroid and retina.

cho·ri·o·ret·i·nal

(kō'rē-ō-ret'i-năl),
Relating to the choroid coat of the eye and the retina.
Synonym(s): retinochoroid

chorioretinal

/cho·rio·ret·i·nal/ (kor″e-o-ret´ĭ-nal) pertaining to the choroid and retina.

cho·ri·o·ret·i·nal

(kōr'ē-ō-ret'i-năl)
Relating to the choroid coat of the eye and the retina.
Synonym(s): retinochoroid.

chorioretinal

pertaining to the choroid and retina.

chorioretinal dysplasia
abnormal development of the choroid and retinal occurs in collie eye anomaly.
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described enhanced depth imaging (EDI)-OCT, CT has been studied in many chorioretinal diseases using this technology.
Fluorescein angiography (FA) is still considered the 'gold standard' test for diagnosing CNV, and is used to visualise the chorioretinal circulation.
A 10-year-old male patient presented with multiple chorioretinal patches, inferonasal to disc with contiguous vasculitis.
sup][6],[7],[8] The reduced retinal blood flow and vascular changes were thought to be involved in the degenerative changes of myopic eyes including chorioretinal atrophy, retinal thinning, and peripapillary atrophy.
The Zika surveillance case definition covers all birth defects that have been reported as potentially related to Zika virus infection and includes brain abnormalities such as microcephaly, intracranial calcifications, fetal brain disruption sequence, abnormal cortical formation, and porencephaly, among others; neural tube defects and other early brain malformations, such as anencephaly, spina bifida, encephalocele, and holoprosencephaly; eye abnormalities, such as microphthalmia/anophthalmia, cataracts, chorioretinal and optic nerve abnormalities, among others; and consequences of central nervous system dysfunction, such as joint contractures and congenital sensorineural deafness.
an active white focal retinal lesion with an associated hyperpig-mented chorioretinal scar, and positive serology for T.
The left eye had mild aqueous flare, a small chorioretinal tear, and minimal vitreal hemorrhage, consistent with presumed blunt trauma.
In a more extensive study by Ventura et al (20) with 10 infants with microcephaly and presumed ZIKV infection, 3 of the children had eye exams within reference range, whereas the other 7 had a range of ocular abnormalities that included optic nerve hypoplasia, optic nerve double-ring sign, optic nerve head pallor, alterations in cup to disk ratio, foveal reflex loss, pigment mottling that ranged from mild to gross, and chorioretinal macular atrophy.
Data of 21 eyes (21 patients) who had underwent surgery for RD accompanying chorioretinal colobomas were evaluated.
In a 33-year-old patient, bilateral multiple placoid partially confluent chorioretinal lesions were diagnosed after a febrile flu-like episode.
Comprehensive ophthalmologic examination of 29 infants with microcephaly, presumed caused by congenital ZV infection, revealed 10 (35%) had abnormalities, which included focal pigment mottling, chorioretinal atrophy, hypoplasia and cupping of optic disk, loss of foveal reflex, macular atrophy, lens subluxation, and coloboma of iris.
Some surgeon emphasizes the necessity of creating a chorioretinal adhesion at this site with either cryopexy or photocoagulation.