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Significado de “vitreous humour” - Diccionario Inglés

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vitreous humournoun [U]

UK specialized US vitreous humor uk   /ˌvɪt.ri.əs ˈhjuː.mər/ us   /ˌvɪt.ri.əs ˈhjuː.mɚ/
the thick, clear liquid substance inside the eye between the lens at the front and the retina at the back
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