ocular fundus


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fundus of eyeball

the portion of the interior of the eyeball around the posterior pole, visible through the ophthalmoscope. See: eyegrounds.

ocular fundus

The posterior part of the eye including the retina and optic nerve.
See also: fundus
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His ocular fundus with macular OCTs and imaging of laser speckle flowgraphy at the initial visit (a), after one month of intravitreal injection of aflibercept (b), and after three times of injection (c).
Similarly, Akyol and Dymitrowa performing separate studies concerning blood flow in the short posterior ciliary arteries noted that the increasing axial eye length and the development of degenerative lesions in the ocular fundus were associated with reduced maximum and minimum velocity of blood flow and a rise in the resistive index [8, 12].
Ocular fundus of caprines was similar to that of bovines.
The canine ocular fundus is a challenge for the examiner because of its enormous variations in normal ophthalmoscopic appearance (Crispin, 2005).
Ocular fundus was examined in a non-descript dog at the age of one month until age of 12 months.
Post-mortem fndoscopy of ocular fundus: A valuable tool in forensic post-mortem practice.
Lipinski et al., "Optimization of in vivo confocal autofluorescence imaging of the ocular fundus in mice and its application to models of human retinal degeneration," Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, vol.
Pre eclampsia and its potential impact on ocular fundus has been documented.
The relationship among axial length and ocular fundus changes at posterior pole and in the periphery, Optometry2002; 73(5):262.
Feasibility of NonMydriatic Ocular Fundus Photography in the Emergency Department: Phase 1 of the FOTO-ED Study PMC 2012 September 1 NIH Public access.
(5.) Feasibility of Non-Mydriatic Ocular Fundus Photography in the Emergency Department: Phase 1 of the FOTO-ED Study-Beau B.