intraocularly

intraocularly

(ˌɪntrəˈɒkjʊləlɪ)
adv
(Anatomy) anatomy into or in the eye
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Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) is the first intraocularly implemented IOL material.
Live attenuated NDV vaccine (Ceva-Phylaxia, Budapest, Hungary) was given intraocularly on day 4 and repeated on day 20 in drinking water.
A total of 617 pieces, used intraocularly for ophthalmic surgery with 2% methylcellulose solution and a total of 925 pieces, containing sodium hyaluronate used intraocularly, high viscosity solution for ophthalmic surgery.
AIM: To compare preservative containing steroid versus preservative free steroid Triamcinolone Acetonide (TA) used intraocularly (7) to assist during vitrectomy procedures for various indications are the use of preservative.
Groups of birds were inoculated intranasally, intraocularly, and orally with [10.
3) Although it initially presents intraocularly, 60% to 85% of patients with PIOL will have CNS lymphoma.
Live B1 and La Sota vaccine strains are administrated in drinking water, as a coarse spray, intranasally or intraocularly.
The drug enters into the conjunctival sac and is absorbed intraocularly through the cornea and the conjunctiva.
Ironically, some of these very reports became part of the literature which was supposed to inform the "learned intermediaries" about application of the drug intraocularly.
Ezra is a Weill Cornell start-up commercializing a novel therapy for diabetic retinopathy based on the repurposing of a FDA approved anti-allergy drug and using a novel bioresorbable polymer for local extended release intraocularly.
On 21st day of study experimental group was infected intraocularly with 1A-106 EID50 of H9N2 and intratracheally with 1A- 1010 CFU of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale (ORT).
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