Fontana spaces


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spac·es of ir·i·do·cor·ne·al an·gle

[TA]
irregularly shaped endothelium-lined spaces within the trabecular reticulum, through which the aqueous filters to reach the sinus venosus sclerae.

Fontana spaces

(fon-tan′ă)
[Felice Fontana, Italian scientist, 1730–1805]
The spaces between the processes of the ligamentum pectinatum of the iris. These convey the aqueous humor.

Fontana,

Felice, Italian physiologist, 1730-1805.
Fontana canal - the vascular structure encircling the anterior chamber of the eye and through which the aqueous is returned to the blood circulation. Synonym(s): sinus venosus sclerae
Fontana spaces - irregularly shaped endothelium-lined spaces within the trabecular reticulum, through which the aqueous filters to reach the sinus venosus sclerae. Synonym(s): spaces of iridocorneal angle