vitreous humour


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vitreous humour

the aqueous fluid contained within the interstices of the vitreous body
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Although floaters seem to lie in front of the eyes, they are in fact fragments of tissue in the jelly-like vitreous humour that fills the back of the eye.
It is a well marginated homogenous cystic mass, signal intensity is isotonic to the vitreous humour and CSF on T 1 and T weighted images.
In 1934, Meyer and Palmer isolated a polysaccharide from bovine vitreous humour and named it hyaluronic acid.