peribulbar

per·i·bul·bar

(per'i-bŭl'băr),
Surrounding any bulb, especially the eyeball or the bulb of the urethra.
Synonym(s): circumbulbar

peribulbar

(pĕr″ĭ-bŭl′băr) [″ + L. bulbus, bulbous root]
Surrounding a globe-shaped structure, such as the olfactory bulb or the eye.
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Peribulbar injection of xylocaine (2ml) was given through the inferotemporal quadrant.
Pupils were dilated using Tropicamide 1% and phenylephrine 10%, peribulbar anesthesia with lidocaine 2% with adrenaline was administered.
Patients with exotropia of 60-80 PD underwent lateral rectus recession of 8-10 mm and medial rectus resection of 7-9 mm under peribulbar anaesthesia.
Peribulbar block is used to obtain anaesthesia and akinesia of the eye by injecting a local anaesthetic around the musclecone.
Steroid therapy for DME is administered as peribulbar injection, intravitreal injection, or intravitreal implant.
5 in 2008,however, did not find any statistically significant reduction in pain experienced by patients undergoing a sub-Tenon's block for cataract surgerythough Bell and Butt6 found warming local anesthesia to 37C to significantly reduce pain during peribulbar infiltration.
Peribulbar anesthesia for cataract surgery: effect of lidocaine warming and alkalinization on injection pain, motor and sensory nerve blockade.
Si bien la aplicacion de esteroides peribulbar puede ser benefica en pacientes con enfermedad leve, las formas severas de la enfermedad frecuentemente requieren esteroides sistemicos con o sin drogas inmunosupresoras, como metotrexato, ciclosporina A o ciclofosfamida.
Even more precarious, because of complication risks [18], are recommendations of peribulbar injections of carcinine (an analog of Cn) as an antioxidant for prophylactic purposes [19].