It constitutes the posterior pole of the thalamus and its posterior border is indeed smooth.
This being due to pulling on the posterior pole by the optic nerve.
The connecting tissue is then separated from the posterior pole, as well as the inferior oblique muscle.
The strip of material is passed under the separated muscles, and pushed down deeply towards the posterior pole.
The disease presents with an eosinophilic granulomatous mass, most commonly in the posterior pole of the retina.
These lesions are typically located centrally at the back of the eye (posterior pole).
The cells swim in a coordinated fashion, with distinct anterior and posterior poles.
The posterior pole of the embryo contains necessary materials for the fertility of the fly.
It defines the posterior pole during early embryogenesis.