intraretinal

in·tra·ret·i·nal

(in'tră-ret'i-năl),
Within the retina.

intraretinal

(ĭn″tră-rĕt′ĭ-năl) [″ + retina, retina]
Within the retina of the eye.
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For example, where contradictory findings from the structural OCT and OCT-A show that subretinal and intraretinal fluid do not necessarily go hand-in-hand with neovascularisation.
Repeat injections were given to patients with intraretinal and/or subretinal fluid in OCT.
Abnormal findings were seen in 32 of the patients evaluated, which findings included double ring sign (Figure 1) in 8% of the patients, macular stippling in 8%, intraretinal hemorrhage in 6%, small optic nerve (Figure 1) in 5%, distal peripheral perivascular hemorrhage in 2%, and mottling (Figure 2) in 3%.
Haemorrhages associated with dengue related maculopathy are mostly intraretinal and can take the form of dot, blot, or flame shaped haemorrhages.
In the pre-specified secondary analyses for weeks 36 to 48, patients treated with brolucizumab 6 mg in the HAWK and HARRIER trials had significantly fewer visits in which intraretinal fluid (IRF)/subretinal fluid (SRF) was observed.
###US definition###Severe intraretinal hemorrhages and microanuerisms in each of four quadrants
Fundus examination revealed vitreous hemorrhagic turbidity and diffuse scattered intraretinal hemorrhage in the periphery and posterior pole, with a 2-disc-area-sized macular hemorrhage [Figure 1]b.
Funduscopic examination of the left eye showed typical features of nonischemic CRVO, including venous tortuosity and intraretinal hemorrhage in all four quadrants of the fundus.
Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is characterized by hallmark retinal lesions including microaneurysms (MA), hard exudates (HE), cotton wool spots (CWS), intraretinal hemorrhages, and retinal neovascularization (NV) which are present in over 77-90% of individuals after 15 or more years of diabetes [1-3].
With advancements in imaging, a new anatomic classification based on FA and OCT was proposed [7], categorizing lesions as type 1 (sub-RPE), type 2 (subretinal), type 3 (intraretinal), or mixed neovascularization (NV).
An Asian woman in her 60s was found to have bilateral "fovial sparkles," further described as intraretinal round yellow deposits in the fovea, further described as crystalline maculopathy.