Medical Definition of Scleral spur

1. A ridge of the sclera at the internal scleral sulcus from which ciliary muscle fibres take origin. Synonym: scleral roll. Vascular spur, partial septum between vessels (arteries and veins) at the level of fusion or branching at acute angle. See: calcar. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scleral Spur

scler-
sclera
scleractinian
scleradenitis
sclerae
scleragogy
scleral buckling
scleral buckling operation
scleral diseases
scleral ectasia
scleral resection
scleral rigidity
scleral ring
scleral roll
scleral spur (current term)
scleral staphyloma
scleral sulcus
scleral veins
scleralization
scleralizations
scleras
sclere
sclerectasia
sclerectomy
scleredema
scleredema adultorum
scleregenous
sclereid

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