Medical Definition of Aqueous influx phenomenon

1. The filling of the aqueous vein, which normally carries blood and aqueous, with aqueous, when the junction of the aqueous vein and the recipient vein is partially occluded. Synonym: Ascher's aqueous influx phenomenon. (05 Mar 2000)



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aqueductus
aqueductus cerebri
aqueductus cochleae
aqueductus cotunnii
aqueductus fallopii
aqueductus sylvii
aqueductus vestibuli
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aqueous influx phenomenon (current term)
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