fundi


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fun·di

 (fŭn′dī′)
n.
Plural of fundus.

fundi

(ˈfʊndiː)
n
(Professions) E African a person skilled in repairing or maintaining machinery; mechanic
[C20: from Swahili]

fundi

(ˈfʊndiː)
n
South African an expert
[C20: from Nguni umfindisi a teacher]
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fundi

noun (S. African) expert, authority, specialist, professional, master, pro (informal), ace (informal), genius, guru, pundit, buff (informal), maestro, virtuoso, boffin (Brit. informal), hotshot (informal), past master, dab hand (Brit. informal), wonk (informal), maven (U.S.) The local fundi are wonderfully adept and have created a car adapted to hunting.
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The village had one salon, the dress fundi only made clothes from kitenge fabric and no-one wore heels.
Subjects with valid consent, who believed to fulfil all eligibility criteria--Patients diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, older than 20 years of age with physiological tessellated and non-tessellated fundi and with none of the exclusion criteria--Patients with glaucoma, optic neuropathy, optic atrophy, age related maculopathy, anaemia, renal failure, hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, undergone any ocular surgeries, prior laser treatment and pregnant women were invited to participate in the study.
Even Tanzanian journeyman Juma Fundi seemed at loss as he struggled to his feet after kissing the canvas, unable to comprehend whether it was just a bad dream.
The youngest subject had normal appearing fundi. Six patients had subtle to mild pigmentary changes with nummular pigmentary deposition at the level of the RPE, usually located in the midperiphery along the vascular arcades and often associated with RPE atrophy, with one of these subjects having small yellow-white dots at the posterior pole (Figures 6(a) and 6(e)).
Retinitis pigmentosa produces a widespread patchy pigmentation throughout the equatorial regions of both fundi. It tends to be more prominent in the vicinity of blood vessels.
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to assess the views of hospital doctors on ophthalmoscopy and their ability to examine the ocular fundi and diagnose abnormalities.