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Ernst, Austrian ophthalmologist, 1851-1930.
angle of Fuchs - a crevice between the ciliary and pupillary zones of the iris, formed by atrophy of superficial layers of the iris in the pupillary zone.
Dalen-Fuchs nodules - see under Dalen
Fuchs adenoma - a benign epithelial tumor of the nonpigmented epithelium of the ciliary body, rarely exceeding 1 mm in diameter.
Fuchs atrophy - optic nerve peripheral atrophy.
Fuchs black spot - an area of pigment proliferation in the macular region in degenerative myopia.
Fuchs capsule forceps
Fuchs capsulotomy forceps
Fuchs coloboma - a congenital inferior crescent on the choroid at the edge of the optic disk. Synonym(s): congenital conus
Fuchs crypt
Fuchs dystrophy - congenital degenerative eye disease.
Fuchs epithelial dystrophy - epithelial edema secondary to endothelial dystrophy of the cornea.
Fuchs heterochromic cyclitis - Synonym(s): Fuchs syndrome
Fuchs keratome
Fuchs phenomenon - degeneration of third cranial nerve resulting in paradoxical retraction of lid in association with eye movements.
Fuchs spur - part of the insertion of the dilator muscle onto the iris sphincter.
Fuchs stoma - small depression on the surface of the iris near the margin of the pupil.
Fuchs syndrome - syndrome characterized by heterochromia of the iris, iridocyclitis, keratic precipitates, and cataract. Synonym(s): Fuchs heterochromic cyclitis
Fuchs two-way eye syringe
Fuchs uveitis - anterior uveitis and depigmentation of the iris. Synonym(s): heterochromic uveitis
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Also in Finland is Alvar Aalto's house and studio; in Brussels, Victor Horta's own house is art nouveau at its very best; in Moscow, there is Konstantin Melnikov's strange round house; and in Vienna, the summer house of Otto Wagner, which was preserved by the artist Ernst Fuchs.
Fuchs' endothelial corneal dystrophy (FECD), first described by Austrian ophthalmologist Ernst Fuchs [1], is a slowly progressing corneal disorder, characterizing as cornea guttae on the thickened Descemet's membrane (DM), generalized corneal edema, and decreased visual acuity.
FED was first described in 1910 by the Viennese ophthalmologist, Ernst Fuchs, who reported epithelial and stromal oedema in a group of 13 patients, which he described as 'dystrophia epithelialis corneae.' (4) These are now known to represent advanced stages of FED.
Fuchs heterokromik iridosiklit (FHI), ilk olarak Ernst Fuchs tarafindan tanimlanmis, siklikla tek tarafli, agri ve siliyer injeksiyonun hic olmadigi veya cok hafif oldugu dusuk dereceli kronik on kamara reaksiyonu, kucuk veya orta buyuklukte yaygin yildizsi keratik presipitatlar, heterokromiye neden olan veya olmayan diffuz stromal iris atrofisi ve arka sinesi olmamasiyla karakterize bir sendromdur.
Fuchs\' endothelial corneal dystrophy, first described by Austrian Ophthalmologist, Ernst Fuchs (1851-1930) in 1910, is a rare inherited and slowly progressing eye disease.
As a teen, he zoomed down to Saint-Tropez, where he acquired an eclectic group of friends, including Brigitte Bardot and Ernst Fuchs, the Viennese "fantastic realist" painter who encouraged him to work in casein tempera, a medium he would stick with.
Of special interest is O.'s assembly of the reactions of Barth, Bultmann, and their followers (Herman Diem, Gerhard Noller, cited as conservative Barthians; and Ernst Fuchs, Gerhard Ebeling and Eberhard Jungel, associated with Bultmann) to Ott's "both/and" approach.
Fuchs' Corneal Endothelial Dystrophy (FCED) is a slowly progressive, hereditary disease first described by the Austrian ophthalmologist Ernst Fuchs in 1910.
Since first described by Ernst Fuchs (1) in 1906, the uveitic entity called Fuchs' uveitis syndrome (FUS) has dragged the attention of ophthalmologists.