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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However, in Cordero's case - which is one of the 20 recorded cases of tapeworms reaching human eyes in the world - the insect settled down in his eye's vitreous chamber, which is a fluid filled area behind Cordero's lens and cornea.
Patients showing gadolinium in the vitreous chamber at the later timepoint tended to be of older age, have a history of hypertension, and have more bright spots on their brain scans, called white matter hyperintensities, that are associated with brain aging and decreased cognitive function.
An applicator (25G 4mm trocar cannula, Alcon) was used to insert the device through the pars planna into the vitreous chamber at a position 5mm from the limbus.
Vitreous degeneration was ultrasonographically seen as a large, irregular hyper-echoic structure in vitreous chamber.
The distribution of AL, Anterior Chamber depth, Lens Thickness and Vitreous Chamber depth in Adult Population of Shahroud, Iran.