foveola

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fo·ve·o·la

 (fō-vē′ə-lə)
n. pl. fo·ve·o·lae (-lē′) or fo·ve·o·las
A small fovea.

[New Latin, diminutive of Latin fovea, small pit.]

foveola

(fəʊˈviːələ)
n, pl -lae (-ˌliː)
(Biology) biology a small fovea
[C19: from New Latin, diminutive of fovea]
foˈveolar adj
foveolate, ˈfoveoˌlated adj
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Fundus Florescence Angiography was done to identify margins of foveal avascular zone, to rule out macular ischemia and determine the boundaries for macular grid laser application.
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Natural course of choroidal neovascular membranes within the foveal avascular zone in senile macular degeneration.
24) In addition to the presence of an enlarged foveal avascular zone is the macular depression sign; this represents atrophy and thinning of the inner retinal layers which can be seen with optical coherence tomography (OCT) and may be associated with a reduction in vision (see Figure 3).
Foveal cystoid spaces are associated with enlarged foveal avascular zone and microaneurysms in diabetic macular edema.