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Primary vitreous

primary vitreous

The vitreous first formed in the embryo between the optic cup and the lens vesicle, and later vascularised by the hyaloid artery and its branches.


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How do we see?

... other colors that we see are the combination of these or basically the primary colors. In fact Red, Blue and Green are the primary colors and all ... focused. The region behind the eye lens is filled with a fluid called vitreous humor. As the rays get converged when it passes through the lens ...

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