Blood may also be effused into the vitreous from rupture of retinal, ciliary or choroidal vessels.
There was a corresponding increase in the choroidal pigment of the eye.
There was extensive damage to both eyes, hæmorrhage, and probably retinal detachment as well as choroidal changes.
She suffered, we afterwards concluded, from choroidal tuberculosis.
choroidal cho·roi·dal (kə-roid'l, kô-)
Of or relating to the choroid.
choroid cho·roid (kôr'oid') or cho·ri·oid (kôr'ē-oid')
The dark-brown vascular coat of the eye between the sclera and the retina. adj.
Relating to the chorion or corium.