supraciliary


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supraciliary

(ˌsuːprəˈsɪlɪərɪ)
adj
(Anatomy) another word for superciliary
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The CyPass Micro-Stent is the first MIGS device to leverage an entirely new outflow pathway for excess aqueous fluid in the eye - the supraciliary space, which is the space between the sclera, the white outer layer of the eyeball, and the ciliary body.
Eyebrow surgery: the supraciliary craniotomy: Technical note Neurosurgery 59[ONS Suppl 1]:ONS-157-ONS-158, 2006.
A proportion of aqueous also leaves the internal eye via the interstitial spaces of the ciliary muscle and the uvea, referred to as the supraciliary space.
This may be as a result of an increase in trabecular beam thickness (and possibly stiffness) and an increase in extracellular material within the supraciliary space in the aged eye.
A fundamental analogy between the Chamaeleo pattern and the agamid supraocular scutellation is evident from its general lining of irregular scales, distinct supraciliary border and almost indistinguishable inner circumorbital semicircles.
Presurgical marking of the supraciliary crease (often 9 to 10 mm above the eyelashes) and the midpupillary line are imperative for accurate placement.
Small, spinelike supraciliary scales between the eye and supraoculars and usually at least 23 dorsal scale rows at midbody distinguish B.
The CyPass Micro-Stent device is implanted during cataract surgery, just below the surface of the eye, into the supraciliary space.