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Anterior Chamber Inflammation (Photo)

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This photo shows anterior chamber cell and flare. The cells are individual white blood cells floating in the aqueous. You can actually watch them moving in the convection currents in our cell and flare video (from which this snapshot was taken).

The convection currents occur because the back part of the chamber is warmer, while the front part of the aqueous (closer to the cornea) is cooler.



4 Comments



can you give the techical details of this pic?
Ta



Comment by andy — October 18, 2008



can you give the tecnhical details of this pic?
Ta



Comment by andy — October 18, 2008



Both flare and cells are so small. How do you tell the difference?



Comment by Sue Simpson — March 13, 2010



来中文好吗?



Comment by 段 — April 6, 2013




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