The vitreous is a transparent gel that fills the posterior segment of the eye. With aging, the vitreous undergoes progressive liquefaction and thus more readily sloshes during eye motion [1]. In addition to its relevance to the problem of vitreous detachment [1], increased motion of the vitreous could have a profound effect on transport of drugs used to treat posterior segment eye diseases.

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