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By J. Sebag, MD, FACS, FRCOphth, FARVO
VMR Institute for Vitreous Macula Retina
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- Last modified by Caroline Bozell on Sep 8, 2020.
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- hyaloid artery, vitreous
- The hyaloid artery (“3”, left) feeds the vasa hyaloidea propria (“2”, left) which anastomosis with the tunica vasculosa lentis (“1”, left). The histologic section to the right is stained with H & E (bar = 100 uM) [Left: from Yee at al.: Vitreous cytokines and regression of the fetal hyaloid vasculature. In: Vitreous – in Health & Disease. Springer, New York, 2014; pg. 42 (image © Springer Nature, reprinted with permission) Right: from Sebag J: Vitreous and vitreo-retinal interface. In: Ryan’s Retina 6th edition (A. Schachat, ed.) Elsevier, 2018; pg. 546.