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Auge

  • J. Gärtner

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Das normal gebaute rechtsichtige (emmetrope) menschliche Auge hat die Form einer leicht asymmetrischen Kugel. Seine Lange betragt ca. 24 mm. Topographisch Topographisch gliedert sich der Augapfel (Bulbus oculi) in die Augenhüllen, den Bulbuskern und in die Anhangsorgane 17.18.

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