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Cavities and chambers of the eyeball (anatomy)
CAVITIES AND CHAMBERS OF THE EYEBALL ANATOMY The eyeball contains an anterior cavity and a posterior cavity, segregated by the interior lens and the associated lens capsule. The anterior cavity is then segregated once again into two distinct chambers, the anterior chamber and the posterior chamber, by the iris. Between the more...
EYEBALL ANATOMY The eyeball itself is the result of three layers of specified tissue, which rounds off at about a 1 inch diameter sphere in the adult human body. The orbit of the skull houses about 4/5 of the human eye, while the rest gently protrudes out into the facial tissue. more...