The cisternal anatomy of the vitreous body

@article{Jongebloed1987TheCA,
  title={The cisternal anatomy of the vitreous body},
  author={Willem L. Jongebloed and Jan Gerben Frans Worst},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
  year={1987},
  volume={67},
  pages={183-196}
}
The vitreous body of a fresh human eye removed post-mortem was suspended in water after stripping off the corneo-scleral coat, the choroid and the retina. Coloured ink was injected into the vitreous specimen from different points. Individual spaces (cisterns), transitions between cisterns and specialized structures like the bursa premacularis and the canal of Cloquet became visible when partial filling had taken place. SEM-examination of the individual cisternal walls of the bursa premacularis… CONTINUE READING
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