Hyperplastic Vitreous

In the embryo, the lens is supported posteriorly by a mass of vascular tissue, the primary vitreous. If this primary vitreous fails to involute before birth, embryonic fibrovascular tissue persists in the anterior or posterior part of the vitreous and becomes hyperplastic. In persistent anterior primary hyperplastic vitreous, a retrolental fibrovascular mass can penetrate the posterior lens capsule and lens cortex, causing an autoimmune inflammatory response. In persistent posterior hyperplastic primary vitreous, the fibrovascular mass damages the optic disc.

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