Recent Examples of retina from the Web
Since then, Apple has launched the Apple Watch, AirPods, the retina MacBook, and the Touch Bar MacBook Pro.
Perhaps the stem cells had differentiated into cells that formed a membrane and then contracted, peeling the retina away from the rest of the eye.
A few days after the shooting, doctors dilated her left eye; the retina appeared normal.
That’s where—according to new research—a waste product of the retina fuels part of the eye that powers the rods and cones that help us sense light.
So researchers explored tracking the difference in electromechanical potential between the cornea and retina, using a tool similar to an EEG.
Alongside sit a leopard-upholstered end table and a footstool covered in retina-searing yarn.
The researchers imaged the retinas of the subjects.
Similarly, a retina scan compares the complex features of an individual’s network of retinal blood vessels.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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