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disciform

[′dis·kə‚fȯrm]
(biology)
Disk-shaped.
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Disciform massive ganglion in the Henle plexus with perikarya numbered 1 to 20 (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X600).
Other applications of OCT in ophthalmology include retinal pigment epithelial detachment, epiretinal membranes (ERM)/ Macular pucker (cellophane maculopathy), vitreomacular traction, rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, macular pseudoholes, lamellar holes, full thickness holes, retinoschisis, age related macular degeneration, choroidal neovascular membranes, retinal angiomatosis, and disciform scars / subretinal fibrosis, etc.
Capitula homogamous or heterogamous; discoid, radiate, ligulate, or disciform; receptacle epaleate, less frequently paleate, glabrous to pubescent, alveolate, ciliate, setose to fimbriate; involucre uniseriate to multiseriate.
Capitulescences monocephalous, terminal; capitula sessile to pedunculate, homogamous or heterogamous, discoid, disciform, or radiate; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate, phyllaries acute at the apex or with an apical, showy appendage.
Disciform scarring and macular CNV secondary to POHS is a well-known complication which leads to loss of visual acuity or visual disturbance.
Gass, "Diseases causing choroidal exudative and hemorrhagic localized (disciform) detachment of the retina and retinal pigment epithelium," in Stereoscopic Atlas of Macular Diseases.
Central herpetic disciform keratitis can mimic FED but the presence of keratic precipitates helps to differentiate the condition.
Capitulescences monocephalous, on scapes; capitula heterogamous, disciform or radiate; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate.
(46) AMD, extramacular disciform lesions, spontaneous subretinal hemorrhage, polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy and various lesions such as arterial macroaneurysm that present with hemorrhage may simulate choroidal melanoma.
Signs of CNV consist of subretinal blood, subretinal fluid, lipid exudation, retinal pigment epithelial detachment, and subretinal fibrosis (disciform scar).
We excluded those who (1) showed any signs in the fundus consistent with pathologic myopia, such as choroidal neovascularization, macular hemorrhage, Fuchs spot, lacquer cracks, disciform degeneration, or chorioretinal atrophy or (2) required the use of ophthalmic drug treatment.
In addition, there is evidence that most treated eyes develop large fibrosis leading to a disciform scar (Shaikh et al.