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Perivascular infiltrates of plasma cells and lymphocytes were described in the choroid, sclera, iris, filtration angle, and ciliary body of most of the animals, similar to what we observed here in guinea pigs.
Transillumination was used to identify the ciliary body position if uncertain, as in congenital glaucoma or in those with a previous history of intraocular surgery.
However, the iris root and ciliary body were both thinner, which should cause a widening of the anterior chamber.
Total RNA was isolated from the iris and ciliary body with Trizol reagent (Life Technologies, Gaithersburg, MD, USA).
Ciliary sulcus is the space between the posterior surface of the base of the iris and the anterior surface of the ciliary body. [4] Both the ciliary sulcus and the capsular bag are possible sites for implantation of a lens implant following a cataract surgery.
Ciliary body is a choroid's dilatation, it has the aspect of a thick ring in fingerlike shape, pigmented, covering the sclera surface and containing pigmentary cells.
Endotoxin-induced uveitis (EIU) with the injection of LPS into certain susceptible strains of rodents inducing an acute and preferential inflammation of the iris and ciliary body is a well-established animal model that closely resembles AAU in humans [5].
Angle closure without "pupillary block" (iris "crowding"/ anterior ciliary body insertion): deep central AC, peripheral laser iridotomy doesn't change the iris appearance (abrupt peripheral angulation) [right arrow] the angle stays narrow/ closed (Figures 15 and 16);
The protruded pinkish mass may be ciliary body. Miller (2008) also mentioned that protrusion of ciliary body occurs most commonly in horses as a result of scleral rupture posterior to limbus after blunt trauma.
one (5.66%) patient had IOFB in lens one (5.66%) had IOFB in posterior surface of iris and ciliary body.
Ocular involvement in MFS is probably due to the fibrillin in the capsule of the lens, iris, ciliary body, and sclera.
The finding was observed mainly in the choroid, but one female showed severe inflammation throughout the iris and ciliary body (Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5).