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The vitreous body is a round body of gel-like substance which fills the posterior chamber of the eye and aids in keeping the eyeball round. Within the gel are numerous fine strands which run to the retinal layer just behind it. The vitreous shrinks with age and some disease conditions, becoming more watery. As a result it pulls away from the retina, eventually breaking the strands. This is known as vitreous detachment
Chiropractic treatment could lead to vision problems

Chiropractic treatment could lead to vision problems

First patient enrolled in ThromboGenics' Phase II CIRCLE study of ocriplasmin in NPDR patients

First patient enrolled in ThromboGenics' Phase II CIRCLE study of ocriplasmin in NPDR patients

Eylea receives Health Canada approval for treatment of CRVO and DME

Eylea receives Health Canada approval for treatment of CRVO and DME

FDA approves 'first non-surgical treatment' for vitreomacular adhesion

FDA approves 'first non-surgical treatment' for vitreomacular adhesion

Australian TGA approves Bayer's EYLEA for treatment of wet AMD

Australian TGA approves Bayer's EYLEA for treatment of wet AMD

FDA approves EYLEA for treatment of wet Age-related Macular Degeneration

FDA approves EYLEA for treatment of wet Age-related Macular Degeneration

Thrombogenics announces publication of positive microplasmin Phase II trial results

Thrombogenics announces publication of positive microplasmin Phase II trial results

ThromboGenics presents Phase IIa microplasmin intravitreal injection trial results at the ASRS conference

ThromboGenics presents Phase IIa microplasmin intravitreal injection trial results at the ASRS conference