corneoscleral

cor·ne·o·scler·al

(kōr'nē-ō-sklēr'ăl),
Pertaining to the cornea and sclera.

cor·ne·o·scle·ral

(kōr'nē-ō-skler'ăl)
Pertaining to the cornea and sclera.

corneoscleral

pertaining to or emanating from the corneosclera.

corneoscleral junction
the point at which the sclera's opaque, wavy fibers join the more neatly arranged and transparent corneal fibers. Called also limbus.
corneoscleral transposition
the movement of part of the sclera to repair adjacent cornea; a keratoplasty technique.
corneoscleral trephination
formation of a drainage hole through the corneoscleral junction into the anterior chamber to allow the outflow of aqueous humor into the subconjunctival vasculature and lymphatics. Used in the treatment of glaucoma.
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Various underlying mechanisms [3] propose to explain the cause of decrease in IOP during pregnancy, namely, an increase in uveoscleral outflow as a result of hormone levels modification, a decrease in systemic vascular resistance, decrease in episcleral venous pressure, increased tissue elasticity, reduction in the aqueous humor production, and decreased corneoscleral rigidity.
Then, the indentation was made on the left cornea of the mice by the use of the corneal trephine with the diameter of 2 mm, and during this process, the trephine edge should not surpass the corneoscleral limbus.
5 mm corneoscleral incision was made at the 12 o'clock position with a phaco lance.
Peripheral iridectomy was performed after removing a 1x2 mm corneoscleral block.
Setaria crevi worms recorded in 2 animals were removed by making an incision on upper half of cornea close to and parallel to corneoscleral junction, near the outer canthus which facilitates the escape of worm along with aqueous humour.
Among his topics are anatomy and diagnostics, corneoscleral disease, diseases of the uvea, vitroeretinal disease, and the glaucomas.
Reported Cases of Conjunctival Myxoma Age, Source, y y/Sex Eye Location Maucione, (4) 1914 56/M OD Nasal limbus Ffooks, (2) 1962 72/M OD Superior limbus, near corneoscleral trephine site Doughman and Wenk, 49/F OD Temporal bulbar (24) 1970 Stafford, (1) 1971 54/F OD Temporal limbus Majewska-Cembrzynska 76/F OD Nasal limbus, near previous and Majewski, cataract wound (27) 1973 El-Rifai and Ghaly, 14/M OD Temporal limbus (25) 1975 Strempel and von 53/M OS Superior limbus Domarus, (22) 1979 73/M OS Nasal bulbar Patrinely and Green, 50/F OD Nasal bulbar (9)1983 53/F OS Temporal bulbar 18/F OS Superotemporal limbus 42/M OD Temporal limbus Mottow-Lippa et 54/M OS Temporal limbus al, (8) 1983 Pe'eret al, (10) 1984 18/F OD Nasal bulbar Pe'er and Hidayat, 48/M ?
in glaucoma surgery or after corneoscleral laceration repair.
This physiological softening of ligaments extending to the corneoscleral envelope is reported to produce only an apparent fall in intraocular pressure.
Two skin snips (one each from the shoulder and the buttocks) for parasitological examination were taken from each individual during day time using a Walser corneoscleral punch.
Common sites for SCC include the lower lid, the third eyelid and corneoscleral junction of the globe [1].
The surgical treatments most widely used in veterinary medicine include tarsorrhaphy, third eyelid flap, pedicle and non-pedicle conjunctival grafts, and corneoscleral transposition (GELATT & GELATT, 2001; GALERA et al.