Vitreous dynamics plays a fundamental role in the pathogenesis of various vitreo-retinal diseases, such as vitreous haemorrhage, peripheral retinal degeneration and tears, retinal detachment,… Quantitative measurement of vitreous motion has been attempted in the past using ultrasound imaging [1] and MRI [2]. However, information about vitreous motion secondary to eye rotations as well as knowledge of vitreous rheology is still limited.

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