Definition of Vitreous:

A clear, jelly-like substance that fills the middle of an eye.

Also: Vitreous Humor

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Hyaluronic Acid a treatment
“...Hyaluronan is naturally found in many tissues of the body, such as skin, cartilage, and the vitreous humor.  It is therefore well suited to biomedical applications targeting these tissues...”

Macular Degeneration

...the condition
“...The following are NOT known to be linked to macular degeneration: floaters (moving spots caused by debris floating in the vitreous fluid between the lens and the retina); dry eye syndromes; cataracts and cataract surgery...”
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...the condition
“...The damaged vessels can have bulges in their walls (aneurysms), they can leak blood into the surrounding jelly-like material (vitreous) that fills the inside of the eyeball, they can become completely closed, or new vessels can begin to grow where there would not normally be any: although these new blood vessels are growing...”


...the condition
“...Intermediate uveitis occurs in the vitreous (the middle of the eye)...”
...related topic
“...Intermediate uveitis occurs in the vitreous ('middle' of the eye)...”
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