sclerocorneal

sclerocorneal

/scle·ro·cor·ne·al/ (-al) pertaining to the sclera and the cornea.
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Despite guarded outflow by sclerocorneal tunnel, over drainage may be a potential risk in the immediate post-operative period, which can however resolve by conservative measures.
Inflammation after sclerocorneal versus clear corneal tunnel phacoemulsification.
The human trabecular meshwork (TM) is the most sensitive tissue of the anterior chamber to the oxidative damage, since it is hidden in the sclerocorneal angle and not directly exposed to light and in consequence has fewer, than cornea and iris, antioxidant defence [69].
Using the crescent knife, a 4 mm long sclerocorneal tunnel was dissected from the scleral incision, extending approximately 2 mm into clear cornea (Figure 1(b)).
0 mm wide and 4 mm long superior sclerocorneal tunnel was constructed, starting 2 mm from the 12 o'clock limbus and extending 2 mm into the cornea.
If the concern with clarity is a focal opacity that is peripherally located, think of congenital conditions such as dermoid and sclerocornea (poor definition of the sclerocorneal border).
4% Subconjuctival haemorrhage 8 9 16% 18% Loose sutures 5 4 10% 8% Corneal thinning 0 2 00 4% Inclusion cyst 0 0 00 00 Sclerocorneal dallen 3 0 6% 00 Granuloma 1 2 2% 4% Table 5: Recurrences of Pterygium Number of Patients Characteristics Group A Group B No.
Fragments were obtained from the third eyelid, third eyelid gland, conjunctiva, sclerocorneal limbus, sclera, cornea, iris, ciliary body, choroid, retina, and optic nerve and analyzed by immunohistochemistry and histopathology.
Whole eyes are convenient because they provide better stabilisation during dissection of the limbal sclerocorneal rim.
a) Conjunctival peritomy was carried out and a 6mm triplanar sclerocorneal tunnel made along the marked steeper axis the side incisions is made 180 degrees apart.