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Monday, October 29, 2018

Eyelids Anatomy

Eyelids Anatomy
Pupil, Iris, Corneoscleral junction (corneal limbus), Inferior conjunctival fornix, Bulbar conjunctiva over sclera, Superior palpebral conjunctiva: tarsal (meibomian) glands shining through, Inferior palpebral conjunctiva: tarsal glands shining through, Levator palpebrae superioris muscle, Orbital septum, Superior tarsal (Müller’s) muscle (smooth), Superior conjunctival fornix, Orbicularis oculi muscle (palpebral part), Superior tarsus, Tarsal (meibomian) glands, Sebaceous glands, Eyelashes (cilia), Openings of tarsal glands, Inferior tarsus,

Orbicularis oculi muscle (palpebral part), Inferior conjunctival fornix, Orbital septum, Frontal bone, Insertion of levator palpebrae superioris muscle, Lateral palpebral ligament, Orbital septum, Superior tarsus, Inferior tarsus, Orbital septum, Zygomatic bone, Infraorbital artery and nerve, Maxillary bone (frontal process), Medial palpebral ligament, Lacrimal sac, External nasal artery and infratrochlear nerve, Supratrochlear artery and nerve, Supraorbital artery and nerve, Sclera, Bulbar conjunctiva, Palpebral conjunctiva, Cornea, Lens, Anterior chamber, Iris, Posterior chamber, Inferior lacrimal papilla and punctum, Plica semilunaris, Superior lacrimal papilla and punctum, Lacrimal caruncle in lacrimal lake (lacus lacrimalis).

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