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4.10.7 Review of eye and its surroundings


Now that we've looked at the eyelids and lacrimal apparatus, let's review what we've seen of the eye and its surroundings.

Here’s the orbital margin, the optic canal, the superior orbital fissure, the inferior orbital fissure, the lacrimal groove, the posterior lacrimal crest and the anterior lacrimal crest.

Here’s the sclera, the cornea, the iris, and the pupil. Here are the rectus muscles: superior, lateral, medial, and inferior; and the oblique mucles: superior, and inferior. Here’s the trochlea, here’s the anulus tendineus,

Here’s the conjunctiva, palpebral, and bulbar. Here's the orbicularis oculi muscle, the orbital septum, the tarsus, and the tarsal glands.

Here’s the lacrimal gland, the upper and lower puncta, the canaliculi, the lacrimal sac, and the nasolacrimal duct.

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