Near the ciliary end of the vitreous humour they anastomose with the vessels of the membrana capsulo-pupillaris.
The interior is filled with two masses, named by Leuckart the lens and vitreous humour.
The glioma of the retina tends to grow into the vitreous humour and to perforate the globe.
The crystalline lens was remarkably soft, and scarcely of more consistency than the vitreous humour.
The vascular loop in the vitreous humour is however more developed.
It forms the processus falciformis, and from it is derived the vitreous humour.
The one beyond this, and next the retina, is called the vitreous humour, from its resemblance to glass.
This process is formed much earlier than the vitreous humour, which is first seen in stage O.
Then musc volitantes, or shadows cast by motes in the vitreous humour upon the fibrous layer of the retina.
Perhaps the mode of formation of the vitreous humour in Mammalia may be correlated with the early closing of the choroid slit.