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Synonyms for hyaloid

the transparent membrane enveloping the vitreous humor of the eye and separating it from the retina

resembling glass in transparency or translucency


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Diaz-Llopis et al studied that there was reduction in CMT in 100% of cases who underwent enzymatic vitreolysis for DME associated with evident posterior hyaloid adherence to the retinal surface13.
The retinal detachment appearing in 8% of our cases can be caused by iatrogenic retinal tear, atrophic retinal tear, late contractions of vitreous incarceration and peripheral traction due to anterior hyaloid proliferation.
Persistent fetal vasculature syndrome (PFVS), previously recognized as persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous (PHPV), is a rare congenital anomaly involving a persistence of the hyaloid vasculature within the orbit.
11) Such eyes have taut posterior hyaloid and show diffuse leakage on FA.
Both mice reared under dark conditions from late gestation, and those with mutated Opn4, exhibited nearly identical promiscuous expansion of hyaloid vessels and abnormal retinal vascular growth.
The tumor was confined to the retina and overlying aqueous by the anterior hyaloid face of the vitreous by a tamponade effect of the vitreous humor (Figure 4, C).
Compared with MEB and WWS patients, the eye involvement in patients with FCMD is more variable, ranging from myopia to retinal detachment, persistent vitreous bodies, persistent hyaloid artery, or microphthalmia (156).
For example, knowledge of the hyaloid tract may explain how inflammatory mediators released anteriorly following cataract surgery diffuse posteriorly to the macula, resulting in macular oedema.
4) Cleaving cortical hyaloid completely from retina changes molecular flux across vitreoretinal interface and improves oxygen supply to retina thereby alleviating retinal hypoxia and overexpression of vasoactive substances.
Typical OCT findings in toxoplasma retinochoroiditis are focal choroidal thickening under the lesion and concentrated cell infiltration in the posterior hyaloid overlying the lesion.
5) Secondary complications of severe fibrinoid reaction include papillary membrane and opacification of the anterior hyaloid face.