The vitreous body
is routed by the Cloquet's canal, a remnant of the hyaloid artery, which arises from the Martegiani's space at the optic disc to the retrolental space known as the Berger's space.
The iris and lens septum might be an intraocular physiological barrier for hindering Mn [sup]2+ from permeating into the vitreous body
. It was noteworthy that the permeation of Mn [sup]2+ from the aqueous humor to the vitreous humor also complied with a passive diffusion mechanism.
Limited meaning only the offending vitreous tissue opacities are removed, as opposed to the entire vitreous body
. This outpatient operation is performed in just 10 minutes, without sutures, under local anesthesia.
(23) Mannitol was chosen in this owl because it is an osmotic agent that increases plasma osmolality, thereby promoting diffusion of water back into plasma from the intraocular fluids, especially the vitreous body
. This lowers IOP by reducing vitreous body
volume directly and impairing the ultrafiltration process that contributes to aqueous humor formation.
In adult patients with PDR, the levels of both IGF-1 and VEGF in the vitreous body
were higher than in the control group [78, 79].
The pecten oculi was located over the optic disc and was projected out into the vitreous body
. Due to the pigmentation pecten oculi was observed in dark brown to black (Figures 1 and 2).
Key words: Ocular iron homeostasis, Ocular tissues, Aqueous humor, Vitreous body
, Transferrin, Total iron binding capacity, Diurnal/nocturnal animals, Postvitrectomy cataract.
It has a particularly important role in musculoskeletal joints where it acts as a lubricant between the joint surfaces and provides rigidity for vertebrae; it is also, as mentioned, a very important constituent of the vitreous body
of the eye and, in the skin, it provides hydration to the tissues and helps with nutrient transportation.
The vitreous body
also known as vitreous humor is a fascinating result of natural evolution.
Our practice specializes in the management of disorders of the retina and vitreous body
of the eye.
The hard vitreous body
is incredibly strong, and beautifully white and translucent.
Thus, when a patient is unable to provide an accurate accounting, the clinician is compelled to search for other causes of photopsia: environmental agents, or specific abnormalities of the eye, including problems with the cornea, lens, vitreous body
, and retina, or abnormalities of the brain or vascular system (Table 2).