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posterior limiting lamina of cornea[TA]
a transparent homogeneous acellular layer between the substantia propria and the endothelial layer of the cornea; considered to be a highly developed basement membrane.
Etymology: Gk, hyalos, glass; L, membrana
a surface layer of the vitreous body of the eye, at the interface between the primary and secondary vitreous and at the boundaries of the hyaloid canal.
The membrane that envelops the vitreous humor.
See also: membrane