aqueous influx phenomenon

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a·que·ous in·flux phe·nom·e·non

the filling of the aqueous vein, which normally carries both blood and aqueous humor, with aqueous humor, when the junction of the aqueous vein and the recipient vein is partially occluded.

Ascher,

Karl Wolfgang, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1887-1971.
Ascher aqueous influx phenomenon - the filling of the aqueous vein, which normally carries blood and aqueous, with aqueous, when the junction of the aqueous vein and the recipient vein is partially occluded. Synonym(s): aqueous influx phenomenon
Ascher syndrome - a condition in which a congenital double lip is associated with blepharochalasis and nontoxic thyroid gland enlargement.
Laffer-Ascher syndrome