microphthalmus


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microphthalmus

[‚mī‚kräf′thal·məs]
(medicine)
A condition characterized by an abnormally small eyeball. Also known as nanophthalmus.
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From these records, two families (Nerillidae, Saccocirridae), eight genera (Hesionides, Microphthalmus, Neogyptis, Nerilla, Protodrilus, Pharyngocirrus, Neopetitia and Westheidesyllis), and four species (Hesiones gohari, Neogyptis mediterranea, Neopetitia amphophthalma, Westheidesyllis gesae and Syllis beneliahuae) are newly recorded from Colombia.
"Suspected" CRS Includes any infant less than one year old, presenting with heart disease, suspicion of deafness, or one or more of the following eye signs: cataract, diminished vision, nystagmus, squint, microphthalmus, congenital glaucoma, or where the mother has a history of suspected or confirmed rubella during pregnancy even when the infant shows no signs of CRS.
2008), and the only UAE sites for the native freshwater minnow Cyprinion microphthalmus.
En estas altitudes, se encuentran unas especies venenosas (Bothriechis schlegelii y Bothrocophias microphthalmus) en sus registros mas altos.
These data reveal some genera and species from Parana River basin, especially from the Paranaiba River, such as Leporinus taeniatus, also found in the Sao Francisco River, Leporinus paranensis and Leporinus microphthalmus collected in Tocantins River but absent in the Araguaia River.
At the York River site, dominant species included polychaete worms (Demonax microphthalmus, Heteromastus filiformis, Loimia medusa, and N.
menelaus amathonte (Deyrolle) que habita el Choco biogeografico, al igual que en la pagina 161, la especie "Morpho helenor microphthalmus (Fruhstorfer)".
cholinergic chronicle (2) Chromium microphthalmus W2 mesorchium (4) Cobalt blackout
(1968) recognized the population under study as Spalax microphthalmus. Nemeth et al.