Vision - Pass through the lacrimal punctae, lacrimal...

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Vision Accessory structures of the eye • Eyelids (palpebrae) separated by the palpebral fissue • Eyelashes • Tarsal glands • Lacrimal apparatus external structures of the eye • Conjunctiva covers most of eye • Cornea is transparent anterior portion Lacrimal apparatus • Secretions from the lacrimal gland contain lysozyme • Tears form in the lacrimal glands, wash across the eye and collect in the lacrimal lake
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Unformatted text preview: Pass through the lacrimal punctae, lacrimal canaliculi, lacrimal sac and nasolacrimal duct The eye Three layers Outer fibrous tunic Sclera, cornea, limbus Middle vascular tunic Iris, ciliary body, choroid Inner nervous tunic Retina internal structures of the eye Ciliary body Ciliary muscles and ciliary processes, which attach to suspensory ligaments of lens Retina Outer pigmented portion Inner neural part Rods and cones...
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