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Chapter 9.2

ADMS 3502 Chapter 9.2: ADMS 3502 Chapter 9.: ADMS 3502 Chapter : ADMS 3502 Chapter : ADMS 3502 Chapter 8.: ADMS 3502 Chapter 8.3: ADMS 3502 Chapter 8.: ADMS 3502 Chapter 8.: diagram of parts of an eye


Department
Administrative Studies
Course Code
ADMS 3502
Professor
Cristobal Sanchez- Rodriguez
Chapter
9.2

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Parts of an Eye
The anterior chamber is the area bounded in front by the cornea and in
back by the lens, and filled with aqueous.
The aqueous is a clear, watery solution in
the anterior and posterior chambers.
The artery is the vessel supplying blood to the eye.
The canal of Schlemm is the passageway for the aqueous fluid to leave
the eye.
The choroid, which carries blood vessels, is the inner coat between
the sclera and the retina.
The ciliary body is an unseen part of the iris, and these together with the
ora serrata form the uveal tract.
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