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Normal Anatomy of the Orbit and Eye
This medical exhibit series depicts the normal anatomy of the eye and orbit from a sagittal (cut-away) view. Structures include the superior and inferior rectus muscles, inferior oblique muscle, orbicularis oculi muscle, optic nerve, fovea, choroid, sclera, posterior chamber, retina, vitreous chamber, lens, iris, pupil and cornea.