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Posterior chamber
The upper half of a sagittal section through the front of the eyeball. (Posterior chamber of eye labeled at center right.)
Latin c. posterior bulbi
Gray's subject #225 1012
MeSH [1]
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Schematic diagram of the human eye. (Posterior chamber labeled at upper left.)

The posterior chamber is a narrow chink behind the peripheral part of the iris of the human eye, and in front of the suspensory ligament of the lens and the ciliary processes the Posterior Chamber consists of small space directly posterior of the Iris but anterior to the lens.

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Sensory system - Visual system - Eye - edit
Anterior chamber | Aqueous humour | Blind spot | Choroid | Ciliary body | Conjunctiva | Cornea | Iris | Lens | Macula | Optic disc | Optic fovea | Posterior chamber | Pupil | Retina | Schlemm's canal | Sclera | Tapetum lucidum | Trabecular meshwork | Vitreous humour
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