This volume is published under the auspices of the French Ophthalmologic Society. The first section is devoted to the development of the vitreous body and the zonule of Zinn. In the next division the author takes up the anatomic structure of the vitreous, hyaloid membrane and canal of Cloquet. The third part of the book covers the physiochemical properties of the vitreous body. The contents of this chapter is extremely technical, and will be understood but little by the reader who is untrained in biochemistry. The last two sections deal with nutrition and regeneration of the vitreous body.
By his discriminating use of the literature and his own researches, the author has brought the knowledge of the vitreous up to date. He has produced an authoritative monograph which embodies the work of the foremost investigators in the field.
Bruce GM. Le corps vitré: Son développement, sa structure, ses propriétés physico-chimiques. Arch Ophthalmol. 1933;9(1):157. doi:10.1001/archopht.1933.00830010168019
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