aqueous humour


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aqueous humour

Physiol the watery fluid within the eyeball between the cornea and the lens
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Our funniest moments come when we surprise ourselves and we play without inhibition," says Tom Hogan, artistic director of Manchester-based Aqueous Humour.
Aqueous humour is constantly produced in the eye and it exits through the space between the iris and the cornea, called the drainage angle, so it's in constant circulation.
and ascorbic acid concentration in the aqueous humour of patients with exfoliation syndrome.
The long term effect of chronic hyperglycaemia has been shown to result in myopic shifts, due to the influx of water from the aqueous humour into the crystalline lens.
In which organ of the body is the aqueous humour found?
LUMIGAN lowers IOP by enhancing the outflow of aqueous humour, helping it to drain through two separate pathways out of the eye.
1) It can be broadly categorised into two main types: open angle or angle closure glaucoma depending on whether aqueous humour has access to the trabecular meshwork.
The aqueous humour is secreted continuously at a rate of approximately 2.