aqueous humour


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aqueous humour

Physiol the watery fluid within the eyeball between the cornea and the lens
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Hence, the change in cation concentration of aqueous humour can be attributed to changes in serum electrolytes.
Diagnosis was based on correlation of history, clinical signs and worm activity in aqueous humour and confirmed by removal of worm from affected eyes.
0.2 ml aqueous humour sample was drawn out of each patient during cataract surgery and preserved in -80[degrees]C refrigerator for later assays.
Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a known, but uncommon, cause of secondary open angle glaucoma, resulting from resistance to outflow of aqueous humour through the episcleral venous pathway.
[21.] Guzey M, Vural H, Satici A, Karadede S, Dogan Z (2001) Increase of free oxygen radicals in aqueous humour induced by selective Nd: YAG laser trabeculoplasty in the rabbit.
Unlike other biometrics such as fingerprints, the chances of damaging an iris is minimal as it is protected behind the eyelid, cornea and aqueous humour - a transparent, watery fluid between the cornea and the lens.
Sunil, specialist ophthalmic surgeon, Burjeel Hospital, Dubai, explained: "The fluid or aqueous humour in our eyes under normal circumstances is drained into our blood stream through regular pathways.
Based on the principle of a plasty, or surgical treatment, of the ciliary body by ultrasound, it produces a partial, gentle and precise coagulation of this area of the eye to reduce production of aqueous humour.
AbstractAcute angle closure glaucoma is a sight-threatening situation characterized by a sudden and marked rise in intraocular pressure (IOP) due to obstruction of aqueous humour outflow.
Serum and aqueous humour concentration of tranexamic acid after peroral administration.