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Synechia     
 “Synechia” is the medical term for adhesions or fibrous bands that bind two ocular structures that are meant to be separate. There are two different forms: anterior or posterior. Anterior synechia involves the bonding together of the iris and the cornea and posterior synechia is the fusing of the iris to the lens. Your iris is the coloured part of your eye that is suspended behind the cornea and immediately in front of the lens. It regulates the amount of light entering the ey...Read More
 
 
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