; plural Foveolæ
. [ New Latin , dim. of Latin fovea
.] A small depression or pit; a fovea.
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A minute fovea or pit. ... Origin: Mod. L. Dim. Of L. Fovea, pit ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(fo-ve´o-lә) pl. fove´olae Latin word meaning a small pit or depression; a term used in anatomy.
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• (n.) A small depression or pit; a fovea.
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foveola (s) (foh VEE oh luh), foveolae (pl) (foh VEE oh lee) A very small, or minute, pit or depression.
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central region of the fovea which contains only cones NOTE - The foveola subtends an angle of about 0.017 rad (1°) in the visual field.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fō-vē′ō-lă, -lē Definitions: 1. A minute fovea or pit.
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diminutive of fovea.
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The foveola is located within a region called the macula, a yellowish, cone photo receptor filled portion of the human retina. The foveola is approximately 0.35 mm in diameter and lies in the center of the fovea and contains only cone cells, and a cone-shaped zone of Müller cells. In this region the cone receptors are found to be longer, slimmer
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