Retinal detachment in the cat: the pigment epithelial-photoreceptor interface.

@article{Anderson1983RetinalDI,
  title={Retinal detachment in the cat: the pigment epithelial-photoreceptor interface.},
  author={Don H. Anderson and Walter H. Stern and Steven K. Fisher and Page A. Erickson and G A Borgula},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={1983},
  volume={24 7},
  pages={906-26}
}
Twenty-six cat retinae were surgically detached by injecting fluid into the subretinal space (SRS). The retinae were then studied by light and electron microscopy at detachment intervals ranging from 1/2 hr to 14 months. Degenerative and proliferative changes occur at the retinal pigment epithelial (RPE)-photoreceptor interface very soon after detachment, and the severity of these changes depends upon both the duration and height of the detachment. The specialized apical RPE processes that… CONTINUE READING

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