preretinal

pre·ret·i·nal

(prē-ret'i-năl),
Anterior to the retina.

preretinal

(prē-rĕt′ĭ-năl) [″ + retina, retina]
In front of the retina of the eye.
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Diagnostic vitrectomy was performed in the right eye, and yellow-white lesions with massive preretinal hemorrhage were observed in the posterior pole [Figure 1]c.
They described the OCT appearance of incomplete PVD as a preretinal, thin, hyperreflective band not connected to the macula.
Plus disease is dilatation of veins and tortuosity involving at least two quadrants associated with preretinal haemorrhage and vitreous haemorrhage, failure of pupillary dilatation, iris engorgement and vitreous haze.
Clinical signs include neovascularisation, preretinal and vitreous hemorrhages, fibrovascular proliferation, and retinal detachments.
6] Consequently, any tritan deficit seen in diabetics may be wholly or partly due to the preretinal absorption of short wavelength light resulting from lens yellowing.
However, there is a preretinal haemorrhage in the right eye.
The preretinal and postretinal membranes correspond to the basal laminae of the lentigen layer, retina and pigment cell layer.