NRR

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AcronymDefinition
NRRNoise Reduction Rating
NRRNuclear Reactor Regulation
NRRNet Reproduction Rate (fertility)
NRROffice of Nuclear Reactor Regulation
NRRNederlandse Reanimatie Raad (Dutch: Dutch Resuscitation Council)
NRRNational Research Register
NRRNational Risk Register (UK)
NRRNet Run Rate (cricket)
NRRNuclear Receptor Resource (project; Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
NRRNon Repudiation of Receipt (electronic commerce)
NRRNorth Reading Room (various locations)
NRRNuclear Regulatory Research
NRRNational Registration Regulations (Australia)
NRRNutrition Research Reviews (journal)
NRRNo Response Required
NRRNeuroretinal Rim (optic nerve)
NRRNakanoshima Rapid Railway (Osaka, Japan)
NRRNascom Reconfiguration Request
NRRNational Recording Registry
NRRNavesink River Rowing (New Jersey)
NRRNon-Recurring Revenue
NRRNavy Research Requirements
NRRNonunit Related Record
NRRNaval Research Requirement
NRRNuclear Reactor Robot (Earthbound game)
NRRNetwork Requirements Review (acquisition process)
NRRNumber of Reserved Registers
NRRNo Rules Radio (Internet radio)
NRRNeurological Rehabilitation Resources (Thornton, CO)
NRRNationwide Rip Ridaz (band)
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b) There is significant thinning of the neuroretinal rim, particularly supero-temporally
The glaucoma module of the Spectralis SD-OCT device (software version 6.0; Heidelberg Engineering GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany) evaluates the neuroretinal rim by automatically determining the shortest distance from the inner rim of the BMO to the internal limiting membrane as a reference and measuring RNFL thickness (Figure 5).
This cell loss leads to structural damage that includes a progressive regional or diffuse thinning of both the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and the neuroretinal rim within the optic nerve head (ONH), followed by functional loss, as shown by progressive visual field defects [2].
Optic disc morphology differed significantly between the eyes with POAG and NAION by a higher rate of neuroretinal rim thinning and higher mean cup depth in the POAG group.
He walks readers through optic disk size and shape; optic cup shape and depth; optic cup size in relation to the optic disc size; neuroretinal rim size, shape and perfusion; central retinal vessel trunk location; optic disc hemorrhages; parapapillary chorioretinal atrophy; retinal arteriole diameter; and retinal nerve fiber layer defects.
Visual fields on the Humphrey 24-2 automated analyser were normal and cup-to-disc ratios were 0.5 each, with healthy neuroretinal rim appearances.
Optic neuropathy was defined as a vertical cup-to-disc ratio (CDR) [greater than or equal to] 0.7 or asymmetry [greater than or equal to] 0.2 or neuroretinal rim width reduced to [less than or equal to] 0.1 CDR.
In 2-D fundus image the optic disc region was divided into two regions the centre bright region called optic cup and the outer peripheral region called the neuroretinal rim.
Optic Nerve Head Neuroretinal Rim Blood Flow Differences In: Monkeys with Laser Induced Glaucoma.
Optical coherence tomography (OCT; Cirrus HD-OCT, Zeiss, Meditec, CA; retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and optic nerve head test) showed an asymmetry in findings of the right and left eye, with the preservation of RNFL thickness, the neuroretinal rim thickened on the right eye due to extravasation and accumulation of fluid (Right eye Avg.
Frequencies and percentages of the contour of neuroretinal rim, appearance of nerve fiber layer, presence of optic disc hemorrhages, colour of optic nerve head was noted.
* bayonetting sign (characterised by double angulation of a blood vessel over the edge of the disc): with neuroretinal rim loss between the outer edge of the cup and the optic disc margin, a vessel entering the disc from the retina may angle sharply backwards into the disc and then turn towards the original direction