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- adj. Of or pertaining to the choroid
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the choroid coat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as choroid.
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The stabilizing effect of the choroidal circulation on the temperature environment of the macula.
Temperature modulating action of choroidal blood flow.
After abandoning his ligature of the anterior choroidal artery on account of the variability of the area supplied by this artery, Cooper inserted a cannula directed by a simplified guiding device in order to inject fluids into the pallidum; in other words, he employed a stereotactic technique.
The pioneer in this seems to have been Purkinje, who described cells in the choroidal plexus in
A patient, then aged 21, suffered three years ago from a scotoma almost central; and was first seen six months after that with a macular choroidal atrophy and abnormal pigmentation.
Whether the action of the eserin on the choroidal circulation, which is maintained by Wahlfours, aids in this favorable action of the myotics remains to be proved.
Furthermore, the possibilities of damage by hemorrhage from the choroidal or retinal vessels, delayed formation of the anterior chamber and adhesion of the capsule of the lens to the wound, and the injurious effects of even slight trauma subsequent to the operation, including loss of vitreous, are increased by omitting the conjunctival flap.
She suffered, we afterwards concluded, from choroidal tuberculosis.
The spongy nature of this meshwork affords free access of aqueous to the venous sinus of Schlemm, thence by tributaries into the supra-choroidal space and anterior uveal venous system.
There was extensive damage to both eyes, hæmorrhage, and probably retinal detachment as well as choroidal changes.