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chamber

(Body), noun aggregation, assemblée, assembly, bench, bench of judges, board, body of judges, cabinet, caucus, collocation, committee, confederacy, conflux, congress, constituency, convocation, council, court, federation, forum, gathering, group, institute, judicial branch, judicial department, law-making body, lawmakers, league, legislative body, legislature, mass, meeting, members of the bar, panel, panel of judges, parliament, plenum, representatives, session, society, tribunal, union
Associated concepts: chamber of commerce

chamber

(Compartment), noun alcove, antechamber, anteroom, apartment, box, camera, cell, chambre, closet, court, cubicle, cubiculum, den, division, enclosure, hall, hold, hollow, hollow place, lodging, meeting hall, office, parlor, pars interior, partitioned space, reception room, room, salle, section, separate part, sitting room, stall, stateroom, thalamus
Associated concepts: chambers of the court, judicial chammers, legislative chambers
See also: agency, body, commission, committee, congress, panel, parley, session, staff, syndicate, union

CHAMBER. A room in a house.
     2. It was formerly hold that no freehold estate could be had in a chamber, but it was afterwards ruled otherwise. When a chamber belongs to one person, and the rest of the house with the land is owned by another the two estates are considered as two separate but adjoining dwelling house's. Co. Litt. 48, b; Bro. Ab. Demand, 20; 4 Mass. 575; 6 N. H. Rep. 555; 9 Pick. R. 297; vide 3 Leon. 210; 3 Watts. R. 243.
     3. By chamber is also understood the place where an assembly is held; and, by the use of a figure, the assembly itself is called a chamber.

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Enucleation is also the standard approach in patients with neovascularization of iris, secondary glaucoma and anterior chamber seeds, and in those who have failed conservative therapy.
Adapted from IUSG and SUN classifications (56) Anatomical Primary site of Examples classification inflammation of uveitis Anterior Anterior chamber Iritis Iridocyclitis uveitis Iris and ciliary body Intermediate Vitreous Pars plana Pars planitis uveitis Peripheral retina Posterior Fundus posterior to Retinitis Choroiditis uveitis the vitreous face Vasculitis Retina Choroid Neuroretinitis Optic disc Panuveitis Entire uveal tract and retina Table 2 Clinical classification of uveitis.
By day 4, the anterior chamber was of normal depth, and trace flare, mild rubeosis iridis, and a small amount of fibrin and hemorrhage were observed in the ventral anterior chamber OS.
Patterns of B-mode ultrasonography is a display pattern and by this way the internal components of the eye such as cornea, anterior chambers, posterior chamber (vitreous) and the lens can be investigated [2,3].
After phacoemulsification and foldable IOL implantation, UBM revealed that the iris diaphragm shifted backward deepening the anterior chamber by approximately 850 [micro]m and 810 [micro]m and widening its angle by approximately 12[degrees] and 15[degrees] in cases of open and close angles respectively.
These 16 papers give both scientific principles and the latest clinical applications and includes coverage of abnormalities of the anterior chamber angle, cornea, iris and lens.
The main symptoms are umbilical cord anomalies, malformations of the anterior chamber of the eye, agenesis of certain teeth, and a hypoplastic mid-face.
Anterior uveitis is the common form, originating in the ciliary body with inflammatory cells carried by aqueous humor circulation into the anterior chamber that are visible with a slit lamp.
The anterior chamber is a space in the eye bordered by the cornea, iris, pupil and lens.
The hemorrhages described to date have mostly been subdural bleeds or bleeding in the anterior chamber of the eye in patients on warfarin, not aspirin.

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