vitreous

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vitreous

1. of, relating to, or resembling glass
2. made of, derived from, or containing glass
3. of or relating to the vitreous humour or vitreous body

vitreous

Descriptive of that degree of vitrification evidenced by low water absorption; generally signifies less than 0.3% absorption (except for floor and wall tile and low-voltage electrical porcelain, for which it signifies less than 3.0% absorption).
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The most frequent ocular treatment emergent AEs (TEAEs) observed in the VIVID-DME and VISTA-DME trials included conjunctival hemorrhage, eye pain, and vitreous floaters.
Sometimes the posterior vitreous face can be seen 'flapping' in the vitreous when the patient moves their eye, but this can sometimes be difficult to tell in ageing vitreous gel from other vitreous floaters.
Vision disorders including visual impairment, photopsia (perceived flashes of light), vision blurred, vitreous floaters, photophobia (sensitivity to bright light), and diplopia (seeing double) were experienced in 159 (62%) patients in clinical trials.
Most frequently reported adverse events in patients treated for up to two years were anterior chamber inflammation, blurred vision, cataract, conjunctival hemorrhage, corneal edema, eye discharge, eye irritation, eye pain, hypertension, increased IOP, ocular discomfort, punctate keratitis, reduced visual acuity, visual disturbance, vitreous floaters, and vitreous opacities.
E[acute accent]Most frequently reported adverse events in patients treated for up to two years were anterior chamber inflammation, blurred vision, cataract, conjunctival hemorrhage, corneal edema, eye discharge, eye irritation, eye pain, hypertension, increased IOP, ocular discomfort, punctate keratitis, reduced visual acuity, visual disturbance, vitreous floaters, and vitreous opacities.
The most common adverse reactions (5% or more) reported in patients receiving EYLEA were conjunctival hemorrhage, eye pain, cataract, vitreous detachment, vitreous floaters, and increased intraocular pressure.