Choroidal ganglion cell plexus and retinal vasculature in monkeys with laser-induced glaucoma.

Abstract

The choroid of primates possesses an elaborate nitrergic nerve fiber plexus containing a great number of ganglion cells. Postganglionic nerve fibers innervate mainly the choroidal vasculature. In addition, the choroid contains an elastic muscular system closely associated to the vasculature. The goal of the present investigation was to analyze how sustained… (More)

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@article{May1997ChoroidalGC, title={Choroidal ganglion cell plexus and retinal vasculature in monkeys with laser-induced glaucoma.}, author={C A May and Sohan Singh Hayreh and N Furuyoshi and Karl C. Ossoinig and Paul L. Kaufman and Elke L{\"u}tjen-Drecoll}, journal={Ophthalmologica. Journal international d'ophtalmologie. International journal of ophthalmology. Zeitschrift fur Augenheilkunde}, year={1997}, volume={211 3}, pages={161-71} }