cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Basic Aspects of Glaucoma Research: Functional Morphology of the Vasculature in the Anterior Eye Segment Vol II
eBook Basic Aspects of Glaucoma Research: Functional Morphology of the Vasculature in the Anterior Eye Segment Vol II ePub

eBook Basic Aspects of Glaucoma Research: Functional Morphology of the Vasculature in the Anterior Eye Segment Vol II ePub

by Richard Funk,Johannes W. Rohen

  • ISBN: 3794513991
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Richard Funk,Johannes W. Rohen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Schattauer GmbH (December 31, 1990)
  • Pages: 179
  • ePub book: 1669 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1633 kb
  • Other: rtf doc docx mbr
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 907

Description

Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series, vol. 9. The Hague: W. Junk; 1976.

Stuttgart/New York: Schattauer; 1990. Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series, vol. 124. Shiose Y, Oguri M. Electron microscopic studies on the blood-retinal barrier and the blood-aqueous barrier.

Basic Aspects of Glauc. by E. Lutjen-Drecoll. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Rohen Johannes W. . Funk, Richard H. W. Functional Morphology of the Episcleral Vasculature in Rabbits and Dogs: Presence of Arteriovenous Anastomoses. Journal of Glaucoma: April 1994. The arteriovenous anastomoses consist of a small arteriolar segment and a wide, funnel-like venous segment. Using immunohistochemical techniques it was shown that the wall of the arteriolar segment consists of smooth muscle cells containing α-smooth muscle actin. Journal of Glaucoma3(1):51-57, April 1994.

Medical Books Internal Medicine Books. ISBN13: 9783794513994.

Functional Morphology of the Episcleral Vasculature in Rabbits and Dogs.

Morphological changes in the anterior eye segment of eight cynomolgus monkeys were investigated 2 days to . years after unilateral surgical superior cervical ganglionectomy (SCGx). SCGx was confirmed by histologic examination of the excised surgical specimen and persistent ipsilateral miosis. Vasculature of the anterior eye segment. Functional Morphology of the Episcleral Vasculature in Rabbits and Dogs.

Richard Funk, Johannes W. Rohen. 1016/0014-4835(90)90049-z. The architecture of the vasculature of the human anterior eye segment was studied by scanning electron microscopy of vascular resin casts.

The division of the ciliary process vasculature into three vascular territories may reflect a functional differentiation in the process of aqueous humour production.

Conserved Domain Database (CDD). The division of the ciliary process vasculature into three vascular territories may reflect a functional differentiation in the process of aqueous humour production. DOI: 1. 016/0014-4835(90)90049-z.

Stuttgart: Schattauer Verlag, 1982. 908. Rohen J. Kaufman P. Eichhorn M. Func­ tional morphology of accommodation in the racoon // Exp Eye Res. - 1989. Vol. 48. - P. 523-532. 909. Lutjen-Drecoll E. Age changes of the trabecular meshwork in human and monkey eyes // In: Ageing and Development (eds. H. Bredt, J. Rohen). 927. Rothstein . Reddan J. Weinsieder A. Re­ sponse to injury in the lens epithelium of the bullfrog: II. Spatio-temporal patterns of DNA synthesis and mitosis // Exp Cell Res. - 1965.

Exp Eye Res 1990 Dec;51(6):651-61. Department of Anatomy, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, .

of speech sounds: (a) the turbulent noise, which results from some constriction in the flow of air and (b) the impulse wave, which is. formed when the complete obstruction to the flow of air in the mouth cavity is suddenly broken

of speech sounds: (a) the turbulent noise, which results from some constriction in the flow of air and (b) the impulse wave, which is. formed when the complete obstruction to the flow of air in the mouth cavity is suddenly broken. These sources of speech sounds may work separately or simultaneously. For example: (1) the vocal cords produce vibrations in the articulation of vowel sounds, (2) the turbulent noise helps to produce voiceless constrictive consonants, such as /f, s, J7, (3) the impulse source helps to produce voiceless plosiye consonants „ such as /p, t, k/.