posterior chamber

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posterior chamber

n.
The space between the iris, the lens, and the ciliary body of the eye, filled with the aqueous humor and communicating through the pupil with the anterior chamber.
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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.
The aim of this study was to describe the ultrasonographic appearance and measurement of the normal vitreous chamber in cow eye.
By two-dimensional ultrasounography can be seen internal structures of the eye such as cornea, anterior chamber, ciliary body, lens, vitreous chamber and then can be evaluated them [3,9,12].