Aqueous humour

Clear fluid in the eye - provides nutrients and determines intraocular pressure
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aqueous humour

optically clear, slightly alkaline liquid that occupies the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye (the space in front of the iris and lens and ... [3 related articles]
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Aqueous Humour

The Aqueous humour is the watery fluid found in the space between the cornea and the lens of the eyes of vertebrates.
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aqueous humour

Watery fluid found in the chamber between the cornea and lens of the vertebrate eye. Similar to blood serum in composition, it is constantly renewed
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AQUEOUS HUMOUR

Fluid that fills the anterior (front) chamber of the human eye.
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Aqueous humour

The aqueous humour is a transparent, gelatinous fluid similar to plasma, but containing low protein concentrations. It is secreted from the ciliary epithelium, a structure supporting the lens. It is located in the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye, the space between the lens and the cornea. It is not to be confused with vitreous humour, w...
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