Anatomy of the Eye (cont.)
The posterior chamber is the fluid-filled space immediately behind the iris but in front of the lens. The fluid that fills this chamber is the aqueous humor. The aqueous humor helps to nourish the cornea and the lens.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/14/2012
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