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cjnelson
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The aqueous humor is the fluid in the eye that is constantly being replenished. I am curious if anyone has ever had theirs sampled and tested or screened.

You can google testing on aqueous humor and you will find that it is a viable testing option for viruses and bacteria.

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99.
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Smith JL; 1967 Spirochetes in the aqueous humor in seronegative ocular syphilis. Persistence after Archives of Ophthalmology, 44:474-477
Israel CW. penicillin therapy.
"The purpose of this communication is to report the presence of spirochetes in the aqueous humor both before and after the intramuscular administration of
9,200,000 units of long-acting penicillin for seronegative ocular syphilis. The treponemes were found by the flourescein antibody technique, in which the spirochetes
stained with flourescein tagged anti-Treponema pallidum globulin when viewed with ultraviolet microscopy. ...
Spirochetes have now been found in aqueous humor, cerebrospinal fluid, liver, and lymph nodes in several patients with late seronegative syphilis."

http://lymerick.net/BbSeronegativity.pdf

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