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fundus

[′fən·dəs]
(anatomy)
The bottom of a hollow organ.
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The system provides true colour high resolution retinal imaging across the entire retina and also captures high resolution fundus auto-fluorescence images (blue, green and infrared), as well as external eye images.
Typical fundus findings are scattered white-yellow lesions and subretinal or subpigment epithelial infiltrates.
KEYWORDS: Diabetic retinopathy, Diagnosis, Fundus fluorescence angiography.
They report that OCTA provides data important both for understanding the pathogenesis of MacTel 2 and for patient follow-up, allowing clear observation of changes in the deep vascular plexus in early disease and choroidal neovascularization in later disease stages, unlike fundus fluorescein angiography.
The "Global Fundus Camera Market Assessment & Forecast 2017-2021", estimates that the global fundus camera market was valued at US$ 629.
The "Global Fundus Camera Market Assessment & Forecast 2017-2021," estimates that the global fundus camera market was valued at US$ 629.
Research related to the objective consideration of fundus image quality has been conducted for decades.
They refined the process, identifying other molecular signaling pathways that drive formation of critical stomach cell types of the fundus.
A 4 year boy and a 6 year old girl when examined in detail revealed Mizuo Nakamura phenomenon on fundus examination.
The morphological, structural and functional particularity of eye fundus is an important elements in diagnostic ophthalmology irrespective of species or examination method.
In our case, the patient presented with symptoms of generalised peritonitis and TVS demonstrated the pyometra and a defect in the anterior wall of the uterus near fundus.