Definition of Retinae

1. Noun. (irregular plural of retina) ¹

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Definition of Retinae

1. retina [n] - See also: retina

Lexicographical Neighbors of Retinae

retinaculum capsulae articularis coxae
retinaculum caudale
retinaculum cutis
retinaculum extensorum
retinaculum flexorum
retinaculum musculorum extensorum inferius
retinaculum musculorum extensorum superius
retinaculum musculorum flexorum
retinaculum of articular capsule of hip
retinaculum of flexor muscles
retinaculum of skin
retinaculum patellae laterale
retinaculum patellae mediale
retinaculum tendinum
retinae (current term)
retinal adaptation
retinal anlage tumour
retinal artery
retinal artery occlusion
retinal blood vessels
retinal camera
retinal degeneration
retinal dehydrogenase
retinal detachment
retinal disease
retinal disparity
retinal drusen

Literary usage of Retinae

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Text-book of Histology: Including Microscopic Technic by Alexander A. Böhm, M. von Davidoff (1904)
"The pars ciliaris retinae consists essentially of two simple layers of cells, of which the external represents the pigment layer and the internal the inner ..."

2. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi by Edward Leroy Oatman (1920)
"RETINA IN CONGENITAL CYANOSIS (Cyanosis retinae). ... The diagnosis of cyanosis retinae rests upon the presence of general cyanosis. ..."

3. Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting by American Ophthalmological Society (1908)
"CYANOSIS retinae. BY HENRY H. TYSON. MD, NEW YORK. In 1861 H. Knapp first called attention to the changes in the fundi oculi known as cyanosis retinae. ..."

4. Anatomy, descriptive and surgical by Henry Gray (1864)
"About -*s of an inch to the inner side of the yellow spot, is the point of entrance of the optic nerve; the arteria centralis retinae piercing its centre. ..."

5. The Integrative Action of the Nervous System by Charles Scott Sherrington (1906)
"The convergence of nerve-paths from the right and left retinae respectively toward one cerebral region is significant of union for co-ordination of motor ..."

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