Human head and neck Choroid fissure

Coloboma – also part of the rare Cat eye syndromeColoboma – also part of the rare Cat eye syndrome
The classical description in medical literature is of a key-hole shaped defect. A coloboma can occur in one or both eyes. It affects all the structures of the eye: the iris, lens, retina, optic nerve and choroid. Choroid fissure
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Elucidating the Relationship BetweenElucidating the Relationship Between
Hadley neal*, rebecca a. Petersen, wen wen, and ann c. Morris, Department of Biology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, ky 40506. Choroid fissure
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Supplementary methodsSupplementary methods
Secondly, patients have the ability to know reason; Thirdly, patients have the ability to make rational decisions. If participants failed to fill out the consent form more than twice. Choroid fissure
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