suprachoroid lamina of sclera

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suprachoroid lamina of sclera

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an exceedingly delicate layer of loose, pigmented connective tissue on the inner surface of the sclera ; recently, the suprachoroid lamina of sclera and the suprachoroid lamina of choroid have been considered as a single suprachoroid layer.
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If plaque is kept to a minimum, it can't develop into calculus, the nasty brown layer over teeth that is difficult to remove.
I only got it two months ago," he said, displaying a blue helmet with a brown layer on the inside, where one's forehead would touch.
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This occurs when the structure of the crystallin proteins that make up the lens in our eyes deteriorates, causing the damaged or disorganised proteins to clump and form a milky blue or brown layer. While cataracts cannot spread from one eye to the other, they can occur independently in both eyes.
The brown genotypes were: ATAK, medium heavyweight local brown layer, ATAK-S, heavyweight local brown layer and SUPERBROWN, medium heavyweight imported brown layer.
The result is that the carbonate plankton shells littering the seafloor dissolved, leaving the brown layer of mud.