vitreus = glassy; gelatinous mass inside the eyeball with glassy transparency.
the clear jelly filling the centre of the eye.
Clear fluid that fills much of the eye.
Transparent, colourless mass of soft material, mostly water and collagen, filling the eyeball behind the crystalline lens.
of or relating to or constituting the vitreous humor of the eye; "the vitreous chamber"
Soft gelatinous material that fills the back of the eye and sits behind the lens. See also Syneresis.
The gel-like transparent fluid substance filling the posterior four fifths of the globe between the crystalline lens and retina.
Transparent, inert, jelly-like substance that fills the interior of the eye.
Jelly-like substance that fills the space within the eyeball.
The clear, jelly-like fluid in the central portion of the eye.
VIT-tree-us] The jelly-like substance which fills most of the normal eye.
The transparent, colorless mass of gel that lies behind lens and in front of retina. Click HERE for eye diagram
The transparent colourless mass of gel that lies behind the lens and in front of the retina
(VIT-ree-us) The transparent, colorless mass of gel that lies behind lens and in front of retina.
The thick, jelly-like substance that fills the human eye behind the lens and gives the eye its natural rounded shape. Occasionally, this gel becomes clouded due to bleeding or injury, and must be removed by an ophthalmologist. This surgical removal is called a vitrectomy.
(VlT-ree-us), vitreous humor. Transparent, colorless gelatinous mass that fills the rear two-thirds of the eyeball, between the lens and the retina.
The clear, gel-like mass that fills the space between the lens and the retina.
Transparent, colorless mass of soft gelatinous material filling the eyeball behind the lens.
pertaining to the vitreous body of the eye
(VIT-tree-us) Transparent, colorless, gelatinous mass. Fills rear two-thirds of the interior of the eyeball, between the lens and retina.