retrolental


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ret·ro·len·tal

 (rĕt′rō-lĕn′tl)
adj.
Situated or occurring behind a lens, as of the eye.

[retro- + New Latin lēns, lent-, lens; see lens + -al.]

retrolental

(ˌrɛtrəʊˈlɛntəl)
adj
(Medicine) behind a lens, esp of the eye
[C20: from retro- + -lental, from New Latin: lens]
Translations

ret·ro·len·tal

a. retrolental, situado detrás del cristalino;
___ fibroplasiafibroplasia ___.
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Frequent eye examinations of premature newborns play an important role in the early diagnosis and treatment of retrolental fibroplasia.
The discovery of retrolental fibroplasia and the role of oxygen: A historical review, 1942-1956.
Ashton, "Pathological basis of retrolental fibroplasia," British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
The most serious and by far the most common ocular anomalies affect the retina, with possible development of vascular anomalies, pre-retinal fibrosis, retrolental mass, retinal detachment, and a change in the retinal pigment epithelium.
INTRODUCTION: Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), previously known as retrolental fibroplasias (RLF) is a disease of the eye that generally affects premature babies receiving intensive neonatal care.
Effect of oxygen on developing retinal vessels with particular reference to the problem of retrolental fibroplasia.
The martini glass is represented by triangular retrolental fibrovascular tissue and a central tissue stalk of hyaloid remnant extending to the optic disc in Cloquet's canal (see Figure 1a).
10) Anterior PRVS has been described with the following features: retrolental vascular membrane, elongated ciliary processes, shallow anterior chamber, and thin lens.
Retrolental fibroplasia: Cooperative study of retrolental fibroplasia and the use of oxygen.
The claimant baby suffered retrolental fibroplasia which caused him to be blind.
It was hoped they would aid us against what was then called retrolental fibroplasia (now called retinopathy of prematurity).