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What is aqueous humour?


The aqueous humour is a clear, watery fluid that fills the anterior chamber of the eye. It is a carrier of nutrients for the lens and for part of the cornea. It contributes to the maintenance of the intraocular pressure. It leaves the eye through a drain or meshwork created by other cells where the iris meets the cornea.

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