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fluid that provides nutrients to the cornea
aqueous humor
the white of eye
schlera
white membraneous tunic that contains photoreceptors
retina
Heavy pigmented tunic that prevents light from scattering within the eye
choroid
muscle that controls shape of lens
ciliary body
carries the visual impulse to brain
optic nerve
gel like substance, filling the posterior cavity of eyeball, helps to reinforcw it
vitreous body w humor
turns the eye laterally
lateral rectus
turns eye medially
medial rectus
turns eye up and laterally
inferior oblque
turns the eye superiorly
superior rectus
turns eye down and laterally
superior oblique
What is a sty?
inflammation of the cilary gland
A pupil is dialated in...
dimly lit surroundings
observing distant objects
Visual pathway of brain
optic nerve
optic chiasma
optic tract
synapse in thalumus
optic radiation
what attaches lens to cilary body?
suspensory ligament
part of retina that lacks photorecptors
optic nerve
modification of choroid that cintrols shape of lens
ciliary processes of the ciliary body
drains aqueous humor from eye
scleral venous sinus
forms bulk of the heavily pigmented vascular tunic
choroid
smooth muscle structures
lens
iris
area of critical focusing and discrimatory vision
fovea centalis
form the aqueous humor
sclera
light bending media of eye
choriod
retina
cornea
iris
your "window on world"
cornea
composed of tough, white,opaque, fibrous connective tissue
sclera
what does the eyelid produce
lubricates eye and eyelid
what does the conjunctiva produce?
tears
lacrinal gland produces?
tears
Chemoreceptors are in
Tast
At the tip of tongue is
sweet and salty
on the sides are?
sour
back of tongue?
bitter
Angular pt where eyelids meet
Canthus
connective tissue sheet supporting
Tarsal plate
Fleshy elevation at medial canthus
Caruncle
REcess at junctions of palebral and ocular conjuctivae
Conjunctioval sac
another name for eyelid
Palpebra
light bending
Refraction
ablity to focus for close vision
Accommodation
Normal vision
Emmetropia
clouding of lens, resulting in loss of sight
Cataract
Blurred vision, resulting from unequal curvaturesof lens
Astigmatism
Condition of increasing preasure inside the eye, blocked drainage a aqueous humor
glaucoma
medial movement of eyes when veiwing close objects
Convergence