A disease consisting in a sense of heat in the epigastrium, with copious eructations of aqueous humour, S.
The integral parts of the eye in front of the lens are the cornea, the aqueous humour, and the iris.
The pupil must then be kept freely dilated, the wound heals at once, and the aqueous humour reaccumulates.
There are also three refracting media, the aqueous humour, the lens and the vitreous humour or body.
The aqueous humour should not escape till the section is completed.
The aqueous humour (fig. 1, aq) is contained between the lens and its ligament posteriorly and the cornea anteriorly.
The composition of the vitreous is practically the same as that of the aqueous humour.