What is the Vitreous?

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The vitreous is a gel-like substance filling most of the eye.

The vitreous is the gel-like substance which fills most of the inside of your eye.  The vitreous is composed mainly of water and is very similar to a jelly-fish; i.e., a substance which is mainly water, but still has substance.

The vitreous fills the posterior chamber of the eye which is the space behind the iris and the lens.

Purpose of the Vitreous

The vitreous is a vestigial tissue. (Read more...)

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