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Medical Anat.

Eye and Ear

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What are the layers of the eye? Fibrous tunic(outer layer) Vascular tunic (middle layer) Nervous tunic (inner layer)
Sclera white part of the eye.... fibrous tunic...
Cornea clear, front part of the eye... bends light... fibrous tunic
choroid contains blood vessels.... Vascular tunic...
Ciliary body muscle that focus the lens...Vascular tunic...
iris/pupil colored part of the eye..Hole in the iris...regulates amount of light entering... vascular tunic
lens focuses light...vascular tunic....
retina sensory receptor cell of the eye... nervous tunic...
rods detect amount of light( used in dim light and at night).... nervous tunic...
cones detect colors...nervous tunic..
tinnitus ringing or clicking of the ear
cataracts clouding of the lens...corrected with surgery....
Presbyopia difficulty focusing on close objects... result of aging..
myopia nearsighted
hyperopia farsighted
tympanic membrane eardrum...sound waves vibrate it..
Created by: SCWarrior