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Aqueous humor

Aqueous humor

(Science: physiology) a transparent liquid contained in the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye, produced by the ciliary process it passes to the venous system via the canal of schlemm.

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... The region behind the pupil contains a fluid substance called the aqueous humor and through the aqueous humor the light passes and get converged or focused when it passes ...

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