E) Photomicrograph of the ciliary body
highlighting the labeling in the pigmented epithelium (arrowheads) and stroma.
(2) in which TS-CPC was applied over 270[degrees] of the ciliary body
, the IOP reduction rate was found to be 52.6% in the first 7 months of follow-up.
In summary, the effect of HD on ocular parameters is mainly manifested in eye coat thinning, especially in the ciliary body
The iris and ciliary body
tissues were treated with radio-immunoprecipitation assay buffer and protease inhibitors to extract total protein.
In the EIU group, heavy infiltration of inflammatory cells within the iris stroma, ciliary body
, and the anterior chamber and inflammatory cells depositing on the corneal endothelium were observed (Figure 2(a)).
The final location of IOFB was 10 (55.55%) in vitreous 4 (22.22%) were embedded in retina 1 (5.66%) in iris and ciliary body
and 1 (5.66%) in lens.
di Filippo, "Hyperglycemia in streptozotocin-induced diabetes leads to persistent inflammation and tissue damage following uveitis due to reduced levels of ciliary body
heme oxygenase-1," Mediators of Inflammation, vol.
Medulloepithelioma is the most common congenital tumor of the nonpigmented ciliary epithelium and can present in adulthood as a ciliary body
mass, lens coloboma, lens subluxation, cataract, and cyclitic membrane [15-17].
It is the site of attachment of the longitudinal muscle of the ciliary body
Reported medulloepithelioma cases describe a rapidly expanding ciliary body
mass that masqueraded as chronic uveitis, cataract, and uncontrolled secondary glaucoma .
Additionally, rhabdomyosarcoma, a small round blue cell tumor, has been reported to arise in a ciliary body
The tumour involved the anterior chamber, ciliary body
, choroid and sclera, with extension into the episcleral and orbital soft tissues.