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Structure of the Human Eye

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You'll be introduced to basic terminology of the human eye.

Created Date 02.11.20
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  • Transparent front of the eye. It's fixed focus contributes 2/3 of the eye's total optical power.
  • Positioned behind the pupil, it can fine tune the focus of light in the eye.
  • The opening at the center of the iris
  • Inner layer of the eye containing vision receptors
  • Pigmented structure that controls the amount of light entering the eye
  • The jelly-like fluid that maintains the shape of the eye
  • Area near the center of the retina which allows you to see great detail
  • Commonly known as the whites of your eyes. Protects the inner eye.
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