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What does ONH stand for?
ONH stands for Optic Nerve Head (ophthalmology)
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We have 7 other meanings of ONH in our Acronym Attic
- Organismes Non Gouvernementaux En (French: Non-Governmental Organizations)
- Organisations Non Gouvernementales Internationales (French)
- Organisation Non-Gouvernementale de Jeunesse (French)
- Olfactory Nerve and Glomerular Layer
- Obese Patients with Normal Glucose Tolerance
- Office of Naval History (US Navy)
- Old Naval Hospital
- Ongkos Naik Haji (Indonesian: Hajj Fees Increases)
- Opera New Hampshire
- Operation New Hope, Inc. (est. 1999; Jacksonville, FL)
- Optic Nerve Hypoplasia
- Osaka National Hospital (Osaka, Japan)
- Optic Nerve Head Analyzer
- Optic Nerve Head Blood Flow
- Oman National Holding Company
- Optic Nerve Head Component
- Optic Nerve Head Drusen
- Old New Hanover Genealogical Society (North Carolina)
- Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory (Norman, OK)
- Ontario Natural Heritage Information Centre (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This revealed swelling of the optic nerve head, caused by the tumour taking up space in Chloe's head.
In severe cases, the optic nerve head may be swollen.
Kelly said: "Normally the optic nerve head appearance is flat, but at the back of Eloise's eyes it was very raised and swollen, looking as though it was being pushed outwards.
Aquaporin-4 is highly expressed in areas which either lack an endothelial blood-brain barrier (circumventricular organs)7 or where blood-brain barrier permeability is higher compared to other regions of the CNS, such as the optic nerve head.
In anterior ION, the insult is thought to be caused by occlusion of the short posterior ciliary arteries, with resultant ischemia of the optic nerve head.
Optic nerve head swelling and haemorrhages are not a feature of PION and in this case these features could have been caused by raised intracranial pressure (due to the intracranial haemorrhage), the bleeding tendency associated with dengue infection and/or concomitant anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy (AION).
The physician examines the optic nerve head for stability while covering and then uncovering one eye.