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The Eye By Michael J. Harman
Conjunctiva Thin membrane that covers the sclera (white of the eye) and folds back to Cover the inside of the eyelids Conjunctiva does not cover the cornea
Anterior cavity w/ Aqueous humor Space that includes The iris and lens
Anterior chamber Space between the Iris and the cornea
Posterior chamber Space between the Iris and the posterior Cavity, occupied by The lens
Iris Colored part of eye
Pupil Circular opening In the center of The iris
Lens Biconvex structure behind the iris that focuses light
Ciliary body Contains muscles That change the Shape of the lens
Posterior cavity w/ Vitreous humor
Choroid coat Vascular layer between The sclera and the retina
Sclera White portion of the eye
Retina Innermost layer of the eye
Macula lutea Small yellow spot on the retina
Fovea centralis Small indention at the center of the macula lutea
Optic disc where nerve fibers leave the eye and become part of the optic nerve
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