choriocapillary layer(redirected from choroid capillary layer)
capillary lamina of choroid[TA]
the internal or deep portion of the choroidea of the eye, composed of a close capillary network.
capillary lamina of choroidA network of capillaries separated from the retina by Bruch's membrane in the choroid, which join the capillaries of the ciliary processes near the ciliary body.
cho·ri·o·cap·il·la·ry lay·er(kōr'ē-ō-kap'i-lar-ē lā'ĕr)
Ruysch,Frederik, Dutch anatomist, 1638-1731.
Ruysch membrane - the internal layer of the choroidea of the eye, composed of a very close capillary network. Synonym(s): choriocapillary layer
Ruysch muscle - the muscular tissue of the fundus of the uterus.
Ruysch tube - a minute tubular cavity opening in the nasal septum.
Ruysch veins - Synonym(s): Retzius veins