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Eye Anatomy Illustrations
The retina illustrated – #AN0024
Human retina illustration with no labels. Optional labels available.
External eye anatomy
Extraocular muscles pic – #AN0002
Extraocular eye muscle anatomy illustration depicting the rectus and oblique muscles of the eyeball.
Eye anatomy cross-section – #AN0006
Normal eye anatomy cross-section with optional labels removed.
Retina anatomy – #AN0041
Retina anatomy illustration with labels of macula and optic nerve head. Labels are optional.
Aqueous flow in anterior chamber #an0013
Illustration depicting the eye’s aqueous flow through the anterior chamber.
Eye cross-section image – #AN0008
Eyeball cross-section including anterior and posterior segments. Labels are optional.
How vision works – #AN0025
How the eye and vision works with an emmetropic eye, light rays and eye chart demonstrating normal vision.
The macula – #AN0011
The macula illustrated with a cross-section of the eyeball backdrop.
Lacrimal system illustration – #AN0026
Lacrimal system diagram including lacrimal sac, nasolacrimal duct, punctum and canaliculus.
Retina cross-section – #AN0029
Cross-section slice of the retina showing lightly detailed layers.
Optic nerve cross-section – #AN0017
Cross-section illustration of the optic nerve with retina.
Fovea cross-section – #AN0070
Fovea and macula layers cross-sectioned illustration
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