vitreous chamber


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vitreous chamber

[′vi·trē·əs ′chām·bər]
(anatomy)
A cavity of the eye posterior to the crystalline lens and anterior to the retina, which is filled with vitreous humor.
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The vitreous chamber was anechoic, with the pecten appearing as a moderately echogenic structure protruding from the RCS complex.
The silicon oil in the vitreous chamber gives a peculiar feature, because it has an absorbing effect and slows the speed of the ultrasounds, "weakening" and flattening the structures behind it.
Vitreous degeneration was ultrasonographically seen as a large, irregular hyper-echoic structure in vitreous chamber. Bilateral retinal detachment was noticed in one dog with CKD following ultrasonography.
The distribution of AL, Anterior Chamber depth, Lens Thickness and Vitreous Chamber depth in Adult Population of Shahroud, Iran.
In this, Dr Root breaks down each part of the eye examination and explains how to examine various parts of the eye, from the cornea to the vitreous chamber. All of the videos, especially the slit lamp lecture, are highly recommended for use alongside students' learning of various clinical skills.
Introduction in 2009 of the treatment intravitreal implant dexamethasone 0.7 mg (Ozurdex Allergan Inc., Irvine, CA) in the form of a copolymer of lactic acid and glycolic acid-PLGA (Novadur Allergan Inc.)--by the progressive biodegradation made it possible to obtain a comparable concentration in the vitreous chamber for a period of up to 180 days after a single injection.
The aim of this study was to describe the ultrasonographic appearance and measurement of the normal vitreous chamber in cow eye.