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RETINARealtime Traffic Navigation System
RETINARelevant Transformation of the Inputs Network Approach
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Firstly, the view is restricted; only a small area of the retina can be seen at any one time (about 5[degrees]), and optometrists use movement to scan different parts of the retina to build up an overall mental picture of the inside of the eye.
BMP4 se expresa en iris, cuerpo ciliar y epitelio pigmentario de la retina de embrion y adulto (Ashery-Padan etal., 2000), en cambio en TGF-B2 en fotorreceptores, microglia y celulas musculares lisas ubicadas en vasos sanguineos (Sukhikh et al, 2010).
the tears in the retina. A bubble of gas or silicone oil, depending on how the retina behaves during surgery, is then injected into eye to act as a 'splint' to hold the retina in position until healing takes place.
22 October 2018 - Maryland, US-based retinal and macular care provider Retina Group of Washington (RGW) has agreed to merge with US-based retinal-care provider Retina Associates in a transaction that will be effective January 1, 2019, the company said.
Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) is name of a group of inherited retinal dystrophies that causes degeneration of retina of the eye.
Study author Jee-Young Lee said, "Our study is the first to show a link between the thinning of the retina and a known sign of the progression of the disease -- the loss of brain cells that produce dopamine."
Lee added, 'We also found the thinner the retina, the greater the severity of the disease.
The company's Root of Sight technology uses three -dimensional retina sheets created from human stem cells, transplanted into the back of the eye, to replace lost retina and improve visual acuity.
There is unquestionably a link between changes in the retina and changes in people's mental state."
The company's Root of Sight technology uses three dimensional retina sheets created from human stem cells, transplanted into the back of the eye, to replace lost retina and improve visual acuity.