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cho·roi·dal

(kō-roy'dăl),
Relating to the choroid (choroidea).

cho·roi·dal

(kōr-oyd'ăl)
Relating to the choroid (choroidea).

choroidal

pertaining to or emanating from the choroid.

choroidal hypoplasia
a not uncommon lesion in the dog, as part of collie eye anomaly, and also in association with inherited coat color dilution characteristics, e.g. blue merles, harlequins.
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d) These eyes are at increased risk of developing choroidal neovascularisation
The enucleated globe (in those cases where it was available) and the histopathological slide in all patients were reviewed by a pathologist and paediatric oncologist at SJMCH and KMIO, for presence of histopathological risk factors like choroidal invasion, iris infiltration, scleral extension, optic nerve invasion posterior to lamina cribrosa and involvement of cut end of optic nerve by tumour cells.
KEYWORDS: Axial length, Choroidal thickness, High myopia, Retinal thickness, Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography.
Primary choroidal dystrophies which affect the central macula are referred to as central areolar choroidal dystrophy, posterior polar central choroidal dystrophy, posterior polar annular dystrophy, posterior polar hemispheric dystrophy, and central and peripheral annular choroidal dystrophy.
An ultrasound scan of the eye showed a single, 14 mm choroidal mass (Fig.
AU-011 is a first-in-class targeted therapy in development for the primary treatment of ocular melanoma, also known as uveal or choroidal melanoma, a rare and life-threatening disease.
sup][18],[19],[20],[21] However, both of these drugs are less effective at decreasing the abnormal choroidal vasculature characteristics of PCV compared to PDT.
Chatziralli, "The impact of chronic tobacco smoking on retinal and choroidal thickness in Greek population," Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, vol.
Retina is the most metabolically active tissue in the human body [95] and is highly sensitive to the local perfusion rates of the retinal and choroidal circulations.
In Japan, EYLEA is approved for the treatment of visual impairment due to myopic choroidal neovascularization, (wet) age-related macular degeneration, visual impairment due to macular edema secondary to retinal vein occlusion (branch RVO or central RVO) and diabetic macular edema.
Keywords: Age related macular degeneration Choroidal neo-vascularization Sub-retinal hemorrhage VEGF antagonist.