vitreous humour


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vitreous humour

the aqueous fluid contained within the interstices of the vitreous body
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Zigler, "Alterations in human vitreous humour following cataract extraction," Experimental Eye Research, vol.
"Opthalmologists can see the choroid--the vascular layer of the eye beneath the retina--and examine the vitreous humour. In fact, OCT is the 'gold standard' for detecting vitreous detachment, which can cause retinal detachment."
Sample types include blood, urine, hair, oral fluid, vitreous humour, forensic samples, meconium, tissue samples, and even mother's milk.
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.
Where in the body is the jelly-like substance known as vitreous humour? 6.
In which part of the human body is the jellylike tissue called the vitreous humour? 2.