- corneal lens
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta)The modified cuticle covering the ocellus.
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corneal lens — noun A contact lens covering the transparent part of the eye • • • Main Entry: ↑cornea … Useful english dictionary
corneal lens — corneal contact l … Medical dictionary
Corneal keratocyte — Corneal keratocytes (corneal fibroblasts) are specialized fibroblasts residing in the stroma. This corneal layer, representing about 85 90% of corneal thickness, is built up from highly regular collagenous lamellae and extracellular matrix… … Wikipedia
Corneal epithelium — Vertical section of human cornea from near the margin. (Waldeyer.) Magnified. 1. Epithelium. 2. Anterior elastic lamina. 3. substantia propria. 4. Posterior elastic lamina. 5. Endothelium of the anterior chamber. a. Oblique fibers … Wikipedia
Corneal abrasion — Classification and external resources A corneal abrasion after staining with fluorescein. ICD 10 S … Wikipedia
Corneal neovascularization — Classification and external resources ICD 10 H16.4 Corneal neovascularization is the excessive ingrowth of blood vessels from the limbal vascular plexus into the cornea, caused by a low reception of oxygen, which is generally not received from… … Wikipedia
Corneal limbus — Schematic diagram of the human eye. Latin limbus corneae The corneal limbus is the border of the cornea and the sclera (the white of the eye). The limbus is a … Wikipedia
Corneal topography — Intervention A corneal topogram of an eye affected by keratoconus. Blue shows the flattest areas, and red the steepest. MeSH … Wikipedia
Corneal endothelium — For the lining of blood vessels, see endothelium Corneal endothelium Vertical section of human cornea from near the margin. (Corneal endothelium is #5, labeled at bottom right.) Latin epithelium posterius corneae … Wikipedia
Corneal ulcer — For the condition in animals, see Corneal ulcers in animals. Corneal ulcer Classification and external resources ICD 10 H16.0 ICD 9 … Wikipedia