The liver-like anion transport system in the rabbit uvea does not eliminate iodipamide from the eye.

Iodipamide is known to be actively taken up in vitro by the rabbit iris-ciliary process preparation. This uptake is partly resistant to high concentrations of hippurate and the resistant part has been called the 'liver-like' system. In vivo iodipamide is eliminated from the rabbit eye after injection into the vitreous by a saturable process. This process is… (More)