tissue space


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tissue space

Any space within tissues not lined with epithelium and containing tissue fluid.
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Together, we plan to continue the development of Clearside Biomedical's ocular microinjection platform into important ophthalmic therapeutics by providing retinal surgeons the ability to have an in-office injection procedure for the suprachoroidal space, a tissue space where we have demonstrated improved drug characteristics in vivo when compared to traditional intravitreal injection.
1) This led to detailed categorization and descriptions of the cervical fascia and numerous soft tissue spaces that have been used by anatomists and otolaryngologists.
For this reason, there is little distension of lymphatics and tissue spaces with fluid exudates and therefore swelling due to oedema or diverticulum is not seen in buccal region (Jubb et al.
However, therapy of chronic conditions like diabetic edema and AMD should be addressed via injections to periocular tissue spaces such as the choroid, sub-tenon, parabulbar, sclera, etc.
Connected to both blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes are the first organized lymphoid structure to encounter antigens that enter the tissue spaces.