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uvea

[′yü·vē·ə]
(anatomy)
The pigmented, vascular layer of the eye: the iris, ciliary body, and choroid.
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The lymphocytic inflammation in the anterior uvea was most prominent in Jos-1, the guinea pig that had the most acute clinical course and died 14 dpi.
The extensive promoter hypermethylation was also observed in an independent cohort of 67 UM samples.[30] Interestingly, the study found that out of the 12 genes that were previously reported to be associated with metastatic risk of UM.[31] Only RAB31 , a member of the RAS oncogene family, showed differential methylation between normal uvea and UM.
DrJuraj Halicka, of UVEA Mediklinik in Slovakia, told or that the response rate to training with virtual reality was around 60% in adults and 85% in children under the age of eight.
In the dimension of advantages, the ophthalmologists specialised in uvea scored higher mean than the ophthalmologists with other specialisations.
Our patient reflects a typical presentation of ocular syphilis in immune competent patient by bilateral posterior invasion of uvea, a positive serology for VDRL-RPR and TP-PA and well response to i.v penicillin treatment.
It rarely occurs at disease onset, since about 40% of patients with neurosarcoidosis (NS) have previously diagnosed sarcoidosis in another organ, most commonly the chest or anterior uvea [79, 80].
Uveitis is a complicated inflammatory disease of the uvea that is considered to be one of the important causes of blindness in the world [1,2], which is usually classified according to the anatomical location of inflammation into anterior, intermediate, posterior, and panuveitis.
1 ml/min, most of which supplies the vasculature of the uvea and only 2-5% supplying the retina [12].
A main component of this aqueous humor is sodium bicarbonate, the secretion of which is controlled by CA activity in the uvea of the eye.
He was then taken to the operating room where a 20 mm linear laceration was noted crossing the iris and sclera with uvea protruding.
Ofri, "Uvea," in Slatter's Fundamentals of Veterinary Ophthalmology, pp.