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Ocular Physiological Phenomena (13)
Articles on Ocular Physiological Phenomena
Polarizing optics in a spider eye.
We demonstrate that D. cupreus exploits reflective elements also present in non-polarizing tapetal eyes of other species such as Agelena labyrinthica. By approximately orthogonal arrangement of two multilayer reflectors consisting of reflecting guanine platelets, the tapetum uses the mechanism of po...
Sensor Fusion in Identified Visual Interneurons
We report that lobula plate VS neurons combine inputs from two optical sensors, the ocelli and the compound eyes. Both systems deliver essential information on in-flight rotations, but our neuronal recordings reveal that the ocelli encode this information in three axes, whereas the compound eyes enc...
[Ophthalmology in the future]
[Anatomy and physiology of the human eye].
Discovery of lymphatics in the human eye and implications.
Choroidal blood flow after isovolemic hemodilution in an eye with retinal vein occlusion and the contralateral healthy eye.
Hematocrit decreased significantly by 23.7%, 19.8%, and 16.1% in the first hour, on the first day, and the seventh day after hemodilution, respectively (P < 0.001). The ocular perfusion pressure of the healthy eye and the eye with retinal vein occlusion decreased by 7.7% and 7.2% after 1 hour and by...
[Assessment of the impact of the visual work with display monitors on the eye temperature and intraocular pressure].
The aim of this study was to assess the impact of the visual work with display monitors on the eye surface temperature, intraocular pressure and on the eye moisturizing condition.
Effects of prone and reverse trendelenburg positioning on ocular parameters.
: Prolonged prone positioning increases IOP, choroid layer thickness, and optic nerve diameter independent of anesthetics and intravenous fluid infusion and 4 degrees of table inclination (15 cm of head to foot vertical disparity) may not attenuate these effects....
Autosomal dominant optic neuropathy and sensorineual hearing loss associated with a novel mutation of WFS1.
This study describes the phenotype of a family with autosomal dominant optic neuropathy and hearing impairment associated with a novel missense mutation in WFS1....
Analysis of postnatal eye development in the mouse with high-resolution small animal magnetic resonance imaging.
Development of ocular components in the mouse is similar to that of the tree shrew but different from that of higher primates and humans. Primary differences can be attributed to the age-related changes of the crystalline lens and CRC. In spite of these differences, mice appear to be able to achieve...