This MV were”potentially between the vitreous and the retina but no longer in the vitreous, but in a potential space because this space only exists, if fluid separates the two layers. This potential space”, of the Johnson speaks, the late of 1960s was first discovered by the Dutch ophthalmologist Jan G. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Blimi Marcus. F. Worst years and especially during the 70s and 80s years examined. He called bursa premacularis him”, because it is a dome-shaped structure between the vitreous and the yellow spot (macular) on the retina. The Bursa is filled with vitreous fluid and can be voluminous differently according to the degree of liquefaction of the vitreous in young, unverflussigten eyes, the Bursa is shallow, with increasing vitreous liquefaction is thicker and can fill half of the vitreous area in extreme cases. Yet little is explored the structure of this space, and whether there is a connection of this field into the vitreous.

The existence of the Bursa started by many ophthalmologists in doubt moved, but other studies have now confirmed that there actually is a space in front of the macula with a low density of tissue, whose extending depends on the degree of liquefaction of the vitreous. However, this space in various studies will be different naming, E.g. Sam Lesser helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. posterior precortical vitreous pocket”or martegiani’s space”. Johnson suspects now remain in this room cell remnants or fibers and although microscopically small shadows can be considered. Their movement can be explained so that these particles through eye movements in the liquid around swim. Johnson admits that no one knows exactly if and when this MV is by alone solve weglasern don’t let them. Other than Johnson, also the laser specialist Scott Geller calls the pramakulare Bursa as a place of the MV, that are not treatable. Where the laser surgeon does not get out, strikes the time of vitrectomy surgeons apparently. In any case, if one Marie-Jose Tassignon faith gives, the Director of the Centre for ophthalmology at the University Hospital of Antwerp in Belgium.