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Normal Fluid Drainage (2)
Normal Fluid Drainage (2)

Fluid is produced in the ciliary body behind the iris (in the posterior chamber), passes into the front of the eye (anterior chamber), and then exits through the drainage canals or the uveoscleral pathway (black arrows).

Normal Fluid Drainage

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