retinal blood vessels

ret·i·nal blood ves·sels

the blood vasculature of the retina, including the branches and tributaries of the central retinal artery and vein, respectively, and the vascular circle of the optic nerve.
Synonym(s): vasa sanguinea retinae [TA]
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Alterations in blood glucose levels in diabetes cause changes in retinal blood vessels which swell, bleed or leak fluid into the back of the eye," said senior study author Ecosse Lamoureux of the Singapore Eye Research Institute and the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore.
Diameters of retinal blood vessels in a healthy cohort as measured by spectral domain optical coherence tomography.
5 kilograms at the time of birth have a high risk of developing the disorganized growth of retinal blood vessels which can cause vision problems including permanent blindness, a leading eye-care hospital said Sunday.
Segmenting Retinal Blood Vessels [13] future a supervised segmentation strategy that uses a deep neural network prepared on a large (up to 400 00) test cases, pre-processed with global contrast normalizations and gamma corrections.
Retinal blood vessels typically appear tortuous, with most vascular occlusions associated with sickle retinopathy arising in the periphery of the retina where the vessels are narrowest.
Grade B (moderate) PVR was characterized by wrinkling of inner retinal surface, of the tortuosity of retinal blood vessels, decreased mobility of vitreous gel, retinal stiffness, and rolled edges of retinal breaks detected on slit lamp and indirect ophthalmoscopy.
These choroidal blood vessels were lighter in color than the retinal blood vessels.
Subtle changes in the retinal blood vessels can mirror early cardio- and cerebrovascular events long before their clinical manifestation.
An approach to localize the retinal blood vessels using bit planes and centerline detection," Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, vol.
Titled "Apl of My Eye", the project is a twoyear initiative from 2014 to 2016 "that addresses a critical medical concern in the Philippines" a pediatric eye ailment called retinopathy of prematurity, which according to medical journals, is the abnormal development of retinal blood vessels in the eyes of premature infants.
The aim of this paper was to investigate the correlation between the levels of CRP and chitinase 3 protein 1 (YKL-40) in blood samples with morphometric parameters of retinal blood vessels, number and diameter, on digital fundus photography, in patients with DMT2 and DR.
3 b, c, d), there was an early filling of the dye in the inferior retinal blood vessels and the marked dilatation and tortuosity of retinal vasculature was clearly made out.