Figure 4(d) shows the created binary mask in two sample B-scans contain posterior hyaloid
and bumps in detected upper boundary of ROI.
(1) no macular traction--presence of complete PVD (Weiss ring detected on ophthalmoscopy), or no PVD (no visible posterior hyaloid
line on FDOCT), and no ERM;
In particular, VMA without traction and localized PVD without posterior hyaloid
thickening do not cause visual symptoms.
In such cases, the anterior chamber is more unstable during cataract surgeries than it is in cases of anterior capsule rupture because the anterior hyaloid
membrane can rupture more easily during the more complicated operative procedure.
The inner surface is closely apposed to the posterior hyaloid
face, or vitreous cortex, facing the vitreous cavity.
* Moreover, triamcinolone particles were much more freely mobile in the fluid-filled posterior hyaloid
space compared to the vitreous gel body, further aiding removal of the posterior hyaloid
In some earlier studies, synchronous apoptosis was also shown during regression phase in the pupillary membrane of the rat eye and hyaloid
blood vessels [53-55].
The vitreous humor was stained with intravitreal triamcinolone and the posterior hyaloid
Preretinal hemorrhages usually occur at the interface between the posterior hyaloid
and internal limiting membrane (ILM).
DRT[right arrow]Diffuse Retinal Thickness; CME[right arrow]Cystoid Macular Edema; SRD[right arrow]Serous Retinal Detachment; PHT[right arrow]Posterior Hyaloid
Traction; TRD[right arrow]Tractional Retinal Detachment
Subhyaloid haemorrhages are found between the inner limiting membrane and the posterior hyaloid
The posterior hyaloid
membrane and the vitreous strand, which is possibly a remnant of the Cloquet's canal, are attached to the site with the pit [5-8].