Lecture 5a-Vision.pdf - Sectional Anatomy of the Eye Ora serrata Fornix Palpebral conjunctiva Posterior cavity(Vitreous chamber filled with the vitreous

Lecture 5a-Vision.pdf - Sectional Anatomy of the Eye Ora...

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How Does Vision Work? Sectional Anatomy of the Eye Major anatomical landmarks and features in a diagrammatic view of the left eye Central retinal artery and vein Optic nerve Optic disc Fovea Retina Choroid Sclera Posterior cavity (Vitreous chamber filled with the vitreous body) Ora serrata Fornix Palpebral conjunctiva Ocular conjunctiva Ciliary body Anterior chamber (filled with aqueous humor) Lens Pupil Cornea Iris Posterior chamber (filled with aqueous humor) Corneal limbus Suspensory ligaments Pigmented part Neural part Neural tunic (retina) Posterior cavity Choroid Ciliary body Iris Vascular tunic (uvea) Anterior cavity Cornea Sclera Fibrous tunic Tunics of the Eye The Fibrous Tunic (outer layer) Makes up the sclera and cornea Provides some degree of protection Provides attachment sites for extra-ocular muscles
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