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THREE LAYERS OF TISSUE IN THE EYEBALL
1. SCLERA
2. CHOROID
3. RETINA
MEANS HARDENING AND REFERS TO THE WHITE PORTION OF THE EYE
SCLERA
PROVIDES THE BLOOD SUPPLY FOR THE ENTIRE EYE INCLUDING THE RETINA
CHOROID
COMPOSED OF NERVE ENDINGS THAT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RECEPTION AND TRANSMISSION OF LIGHT IMPULSES
RETINA
aQUEOUS HUMOR
MOISTURIZES AND NOURISHES THE LENS AND CORNEA
ANTERIOR CHAMBER
VITREOUS HUMOR
HELPS TO HOLD THE RETINA IN PLACE
POSTERIOR CHAMBER
INFLAMMATION OF THE HAIR FOLLICLES CAUSED BY BACTERIA....USUALLY STAPHYLOCOCCI
BLEPHARITIS
STYE
HORDEOLUM
INFLAMMATION OF THE EYELID GLANDS
CHALAZION
INFLAMMAION OF THE CONJUNCTIVA
CONJUNCTIVITIS
INFLAMMAION AND/OR INFECTION OF THE CORNEA
KERATITIS
LOWER LID TURNS INWARD
ENTROPION
LOWER LID DROOPS, TURNS OUTWARD
ECTROPION
NEARSIGHTEDNESS
EYEBALL IS TOO LONG
MYOPIA
FARSIGHTEDNESS
EYEBALL IS TOO SHORT
HYPEROPIA