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area consisting of a small depression in the retina containing cones and where vision is most acute

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Terminology for the foveal system and enumeration of abdominal sclerites follows Chandler (2001).
Comparison of the foveal thickness among healthy controls and HCQ-users revealed that the outer foveal segments, in particular, tended to be significantly higher in the healthy control group.
This result shown in Figure 1, where occupants demonstrated a higher probability for lowering upper window shades at any given stimulus value compared to lower windows contradicts the common assumption that building occupants located adjacent to the facade will be less sensitive to the luminance of upper daylight zone windows based on their location outside the occupant's foveal vision (i.
The place where one's glance is aimed is the place that corresponds to the highest resolution in the eye-the fovea, a slight depression in the retina at the back of the eye-while regions surrounding the foveal area-the periphery-allow access to less spatial detail.
In the late 1960s, Neisser (35) reasoned that image perception is a 2-stage process, in which (1) a preattentive stage analyzes the entire slide in parallel using the central and peripheral vision, and a global view of what is being displayed is acquired; this is followed by (2) a focal stage in which items or groups of items are examined under greater scrutiny by the foveal vision.
Excessive tension of those muscles perpetuates an elongated shape of the eyeballs, interfering with natural focal length and disturbing optimal foveal vision, a very common characteristic of the myopic eye.
They describe a step-by-step approach to image capturing, analysis, and interpretation, and example cases of patterns in various diseases, such as diabetic macular edema, foveal hemorrhage, inflammatory diseases of the retina and choroid, optic nerve disorders, and retinal detachment and vein occlusion, with images.
OKA ve OA'in butun tiplerinde degisik derecelerde konjenital nistagmus, fotofobi, irisin ve retinal epitelin hipopigmentasyonu, foveal hipoplazi, kirma kusurlari, azalmis gorme keskinligi ve bazen renkli gormede bozulma vardir (4).
Astaxanthin is known to cross the blood-brain/blood-retina barrier and preferentially reside in the central foveal region of the macula.
3) and markedly swollen ligamentum teres (grade 2 tear) with extension to involve the foveal attachment site of the ligamentum teres (Fig.
The anorexic women saw a mean foveal thickness of 140.
Additionally, the dense lipid exudates at the foveal center in her right eye went from an Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study (ETDRS) grade of 5 to 3.
Following Ripoll (1988), in more complex situations, for example 3-on-2 situations in soccer, we hypothesize that a global visual focus of attention has more benefits, as in these situations, besides foveal also peripheral information needs to be processed efficiently.