AAO 2: Chapter 3, Cranial Nerves: Central and Peripheral Connections

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AAO 2: Chapter 3, Cranial Nerves: Central and Peripheral Connections
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2011-03-04 08:40:02
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AAO Ophthalmology
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Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology
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  1. The optic nerve fibers are surrounded by ________.
    glial sheaths
  2. The average length of the optic nerve
    40 mm
  3. The optic nerve may be divided into these topographic areas:
    • intraocular portion
    • intraorbital portion (located within the muscle cone)
    • intracanalicular portion (located within the optic canal)
    • intracranial portion (ending in the optic chiasm)

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