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What are the connections of the cornea?
Cornea - Sclera - dura lining
What are the lining of the eye starting with the cornea moving back and in?
Cornea - Sclera - Choroid - Retina
What is Miosis? innervatien and muscle?
decrease in pupillary size
dilation of pupil
: pupillary dilator muscle
What 3 eye parts make up the
Lack of ability to focus on close objects
What muscular changes take place in the eye to see far away items?
1) Ciliary muscles relax
2) suspensory ligaments contract
3) Lens flattens out
What muscular changes take place in the eye to see close items?
1) Ciliary muscles contract
2) Suspensory ligaments relax
3) Lens rounds out
What is the function of horizontal and amacrine cells?
: respond to change
: respond to change in change
What provides blood to the photoreceptors?
What causes a
separation of pigment epithelium and photoreceptors
What chemical hyperpolarizes Rods?
What chemical hyperpolarizes cones?
On-center bi-polar cells
must synapse with
on-center ganglion cells