aqueous chambers

a·que·ous cham·bers

the combined anterior and posterior chambers of the eye containing the aqueous humor. See: anterior chamber of eyeball, posterior chamber of eyeball.
See also: anterior segment.

a·que·ous cham·bers

(ā'kwē-ŭs chām'bĕrz)
The combined anterior and posterior chambers of the eye containing the aqueous humor.
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165] is elevated in pathologic neovascularization secondary to ischemia, and in both the vitreous and aqueous chambers of the eyes of patients with diabetic retinopathy.