conjunctiva


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Filtering surgery and closure of the incised conjunctiva with a nylon suture produced an immediate conjunctival drainage bleb in all rats, an elevation that remained visible under slit lamp observation from postoperative days 7-17, with a mean of 12 days for failure.
NTHi strains were obtained from four infection sites: nasopharyngeal or throat isolates from healthy children, strains cultured from middle ear aspirates from children with otitis media and pleural fluid and conjunctiva isolates obtained from children with invasive diseases.
Patients were categorised as having CIN/dysplasia or invasive SCC of the conjunctiva based on the histological diagnosis from the pathology laboratory records.
In addition, the majority of the anterior surface of the eye is covered which prevents the conjunctiva from drying and as the lens material does not dehydrate good comfort is maintained with these lenses.
Dermoids are generally located in the cornea conjunctiva nictitans and eyelids (Lawson 1975) and they usually occur unilaterally.
Rarely, scraping of the conjunctiva is performed to check for eosinophils.
Breeds that tend to have allergies or auto-immune skin diseases tend to have more problems with inflammation of the conjunctiva.
One month after the second laser session, the temporal conjunctiva in the right eye had no residual pigmentation, injection, or scarring (Figure 1(d)) and the patient was very satisfied with the excellent cosmetic result.
Our primary purpose in this study was to evaluate whether inflammation in TSP-1 deficient conjunctiva disrupts the functions of goblet cells.
AS Delhi continues to succumb to the dengue fever, some patients -- ones with low platelet count have also started to bleed from their retina while others are developing conjunctiva.
Ocular surface disease; cornea, conjunctiva and tear film.
It usually affects mucous membranes of the nose, nasopharynx, and ocular conjunctiva. Cutaneous, laryngeal, tracheal, genital, and bony dissemination is rare.
The Slit Lamp facilitates an examination of the frontal structures and posterior segment of the human eye, including the eyelid, sclera, conjunctiva, iris, natural crystalline lens, and cornea.
Conjunctival lesions are frequently seen in the eye clinic, because the conjunctiva is readily seen and patients notice any change in their ocular appearance.