internal limiting membrane


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Related to internal limiting membrane: hyaloid membrane, External limiting membrane, Epiretinal membrane

internal limiting membrane

1. The inner layer of ependymal cells lining the embryonic neural tube.
2. The glial membrane forming the innermost layer of the retina and the iris.
See also: membrane
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A Modified Perfluoro-n-octane Assisted Autologous Internal Limiting Membrane Transplant for Failed Macular Hole Reintervention: A Case Series.
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Macular Hole Surgery with Internal Limiting Membrane Peeling Facilitated by Membrane-BlueA(r) versus Membrane-Blue-DualA(r): A Retrospective Comparative Study.
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Efficacy of internal limiting membrane removal for retinal detachments resulting from a myopic macular hole.
Indocyanine green staining and removal of internal limiting membrane in macula hole surgery: histology and outcome.
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Conclusion: Internal limiting membrane peeling during macular hole surgery may cause functional and/or structural changes that may be associated with visual acuity.

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