FOVEA


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FOVEAField Of View Emissivity Area
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19) Additionally, loss or weakness of the junctions performing this barrial function was found in fovea centralis.
To assess the fovea, ask the patient to look directly at the ophthalmoscope light
A functioning fovea with fixation at the fovea was present in 50.
The light from this spot casts shadows of your blood vessel network and the fovea (point c in Figure 6), and you should see something like what is shown in Figure 7.
Sanofi-Aventis SA, under pressure to expand as rivals merge and top drugs face competition, agreed to buy eye specialist Fovea Pharmaceuticals SA and purchased rights to an experimental cancer medicine by Merrimack Pharmaceuticals Inc.
On the other hand, the genus resembles in some aspects the members of the Prithinae: in both cases the thoracic fovea appears to be undeveloped, only one PS is present (indicated by Ramirez & Grimaldo, op.
Location of a very small retinal lesion within the fovea can cause noticeable dysfunction, whereas a lesion outside the macula may go unnoticed.
The predominant carotenoid in the fovea of the retina, zeaxanthin, scavenged hydroxyl radicals more effectively than the other retinal carotenoid, lutein.
This first Research Partnership signed with Genzyme demonstrates the interest of our proprietary discovery platform," said Bernard Gilly, chairman and CEO of FOVEA.
By contrast, Fovea, a group of mercury-glass monopods topped with concave, saucerlike forms, has a jaunty insouciance.