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VITVitality (Final Fantasy)
VITVitro
VITVitreous
VITVellore Institute of Technology (Tamil Nadu, India)
VITVictorian Institute of Teaching (Australia)
VITVirginia International Terminals
VITVishwakarma Institute of Technology (India)
VITVitoria, Spain - Vitoria (Airport Code)
VITVan Kampen High Income Trust (stock symbol)
VITVietnam Institute for Trade
VITVirtual Interactive Target
VITVemana Institute of Technology (Bangalore, India)
VITVirtual Information Technology
VITVitrage Isolant Technique (French: Glass Insulation Technology)
VITVenom Allergen Immunotherapy
VITVoid in Toilet
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Ophthalmic examination of PVRL typically reveals mild anterior chamber cells and more prominent vitreous cells with floating clumps.
Treatment was recorded unsuccessful when there was increased in vitreous seedlings, size of the tumour, and exudative retinal detachment with no potential vision.
The Efficacy of Intravitreal Bevacizumab in Vitreous Hemorrhage of Diabetic Subjects.
In a retrospective study association between diffuse DME and extrafoveal vitreous traction was observed in 186 eyes of 121 patients andVMT was found in 45 (24%) eyes.
9%) patients developed recurrent vitreous hemorrhage during the study period, four (4.
In our series, the most common B-scan finding was traumatic cataract (47%) & the most common posterior segment finding was vitreous haemorrhage (34%).
foot building, on 29th Avenue and Greenway, combined with more than 35 clinical offices throughout the state, makes Retinal Consultants of Arizona the state's largest clinical, surgical and academic private practice and research institute treating conditions of the retina, macula and vitreous.
The vitreous starts out like a semi-solid gel," explains Pradeep Prasad, MD, ophthalmologist, UCLA Stein Eye Institute.
Known diabetic patients above 16 years of age, having vitreous hemorrhage were included.
However, a sudden increase in the number of floaters may indicate a serious eye disorder that requires urgent treatment, such as separation of the retina from its underlying tissue, or a leakage of blood into the vitreous humour.
We describe 2 cases of serogroup C meningococcal disease diagnosed post mortem by PCR from vitreous humor and immunohistochemical (IHC) staining of tissues collected at autopsy.
Persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous (PHPV) is a congenital lesion due to incomplete regression of the embryonic ocular blood supply (hyaloid vasculature).