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retinal

[′ret·ən·əl]
(biochemistry)
A carotenoid, produced as an intermediate in the bleaching of rhodopsin and decomposition to vitamin A. Also known as vitamin A aldehyde.
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Retinal vein occlusion is a commonly occurring vascular disorder of the retina; the increasing frequency has contributed positively to the development of the market.
ONL Therapeutics is currently preparing its lead compound ONL1204 for a Phase I study in retinal detachment to be conducted in Australia later this year.
"Artificial intelligence is growing and we see more companies entering this field with new innovative software that can screen for retinal pathologies such as diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma with high accuracy, matching or exceeding human performance screening.
In addition, BioTime presented preclinical results from its Vision Restoration Program, the company's proprietary research program focused on developing technology that allows the generation of three-dimensional human retinal tissue derived from human pluripotent cells.
In addition, BioTime will present preclinical results from its Vision Restoration Program, the company's proprietary research program focused on developing technology that allows the generation of three-dimensional human retinal tissue derived from human pluripotent cells.
According to Apl.de.ap, this is the second retinal camera his foundation has donated outside Manila.
Dugel, managing partner, Retinal Consultants of Arizona & Retinal Research Institute, Phoenix, AZ; clinical professor, USC Roski Eye Institute, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
In the early studies, it was thought that retinal capillaries were primarily responsible for the disease, and in the subsequent studies, it was suggested that chronic liquid leakage could lead to metabolic deterioration and cell death, especially in Muller cells and photoreceptors (6).
Haemorrhages can simulate central retinal vein obstruction.
The original silicone oil injected into the patient's eye had become emulsified and full of bubbles which reduced its effectiveness in helping to prevent retinal detachment and this led to a further total retinal detachment and also resulted in a very high pressure in the eye and the onset of glaucoma which also threatened to damage the optic nerve at the back of the eye, which would ultimately result in blindness.
There were +2 cells in the vitreous, retinal hemorrhages and edema, particularly at the posterior pole (Figure 1A).

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