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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However, there is a preretinal haemorrhage in the right eye.
Uc gozde vitre hemorajisi, iki gozde santral preretinal hemoraji olmak uzere toplam bes (%7) gozde komplikasyon gelisti (Resim 2).
Bunun disinda komplikasyonlari tedavi etmek icin herhangi bir girisim uygulanmadi, bes gozde (%7) olusan vitre hemorajisi ve preretinal hemorajilerin kendiliginden geriledigi goruldu.
The preretinal and postretinal membranes correspond to the basal laminae of the lentigen layer, retina and pigment cell layer.
The bullet had damaged the left orbit, lower eyelid, and conjunctiva and caused profuse retinal, preretinal, and subretinal hemorrhage.
Developments in recent years include laser therapy of retinal diseases, vitrectomies for removal of opaque vitreous, removal of vitreous traction strands to the retina, and peeling and removal of preretinal membranes and submacular neovascular membranes.
Intravitreous anti-raf-1 kinase antisense oligonucleotide as an angioinhibitory agent in porcine preretinal neovascularization.
Neovascular fronds may then bleed resulting in preretinal or vitreous haemorrhages.
Profuse coloured illustrations show views of the interior of the eye, preretinal membranes and lingering vitreous staining after angiography.