• Illustration by Mark M. Miller.
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    The vitreous is most firmly attached to the retina at the vitreous base, and it also has adhesions at the optic nerve, along vessels, at the fovea, and to the posterior lens capsule. A prominent area of liquefaction of the premacular vitreous gel is called the premacular bursa, or precortical vitreous pocket