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This can be explained by the lack of patients with OIS in our patient group and the absence of ciliary body ischemia caused by stenosis, in which case there is no reduction in aqueous humor production.
It is the site of attachment of the longitudinal muscle of the ciliary body.
Unusual solitary metastasis of the ciliary body in renal cell carcinoma.
For example, if there is no visual potential for the eye, and IOP is elevated causing pain, diode laser destruction of the ciliary body can be attempted to reduce production of aqueous fluid.
Despite the highly invasiveness index of this tumor to the iris and ciliary body, they rarely affect the choroid.
Much as the lens of a camera can adapt to focus on near or far objects, the ciliary body of the eye allows us to do the same.
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.
A tiny gland, called the ciliary body, located behind the iris produces the fluid.
When parents complain about the shape of their child's iris, think congenital defects such as coloboma; Rieger's anomaly; aniridia; or acquired causes such as trauma, surgical defect, iris cyst, ciliary body melanoma, or synechiae, which is common in cases of trauma.
Beta]-adrenergic receptors are found on the ciliary body microvasculature and trabecular meshwork cells [8].
Nguyen of the University of California, San Francisco isolated a gene that is active in the trabecular meshwork and the ciliary body, the ocular structure that makes the clear fluid.
A focused beam of ultrasound is targeted on the ciliary body, the portion of the eye that creates fluid within the eyeball.