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Vitreous gel (also called vitreous humor) is a thick, colorless,
gel-like fluid that fills the large space in the middle of the eye, behind the
lens. It helps the eyeball maintain its shape.
Current as of:
July 15, 2013
Adam Husney, MD - Family Medicine & Carol L. Karp, MD - Ophthalmology
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