Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye
The eye is the primary organ of vision. Each one of the two eyeballs is located in the orbit where it takes up about one-fifth of the orbital volume (Figure 2.1). The remaining space is taken up by the extraocular muscles, fascia, fat, blood vessels, nerves and the lacrimal gland.
KeywordsRetinal Pigment Epithelium Aqueous Humour Retinal Pigment Epithe Cell Lacrimal Gland Ciliary Body
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