The Vitreous in Ocular Trauma

  • F. I. Tolentino

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to describe the role of the vitreous in different types of mechanical trauma to the eyeball and the vitreous changes associated with these injuries.

Keywords

Foreign Body Posterior Vitreous Detachment Ocular Trauma Ocular Injury Traction Retinal Detachment 
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