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Synonyms for angle

Synonyms for angle

to try to obtain something, usually by subtleness and cunning

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the particular angle from which something is considered

the position from which something is observed or considered

a clever, unexpected new trick or method

to swerve from a straight line

to cause to move, especially at an angle

to direct (material) to the interests of a particular group

Synonyms for angle

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They also have anterior OCT scans that allow visualisation of corneal thickness and anterior chamber angles.
Table 1 Grading of the anterior chamber angle using the Van Herrick's technique Van Herrick Grade Limbal Section: Optically Probability of closure dark section ratio Grade 0.
As early as week 12 during development, a wedged shaped mass of mesenchyme can be identified at the anterior chamber angle, ie, at the junction of the papillary membrane and the lateral margins of the cornea.
However, apoptosis has been rarely observed during normal development of the anterior chamber angle in the human eye.
Recent genetic studies offer some support for the fifth hypothesis, ie, there is a problem in the development of the anterior chamber angle.
These patients exhibit narrow anterior chamber angles and likely experience intermittent angle closure symptoms, most commonly occurring) in the evening when lights are dimmer and the pupil is mid-dilated, bunching the iris and congesting the anterior angle, causing a period of closure.
In Stage 3 NVI, new vessels with fibrous support tissue cover part or all of the anterior surface of the iris, the anterior surface flattens, there is development of ectropion uvea, loss of dilator muscle, and peripheral anterior synechiae, causing the peripheral iris to attach to the cornea, blocking the anterior chamber angles.
In particular these concerned the adequacy of record keeping and the clinical assessments of both anterior chamber angles an cup to disc ratios.
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