Anatomy of the Eye
ANATOMY AND FUNCTIONS OF THE EYE
- Two bony sockets referred to as the orbits of the skull are where the eyeballs are located.
- The eyeballs themselves are protected by being embedded in orbital fat.
- The tenons capsule is a membrane that envelop the eyeballs which keeps it separate from the orbital fat which then allow them to move freely.
- 4 rectus, and 2 oblique muscles allow the eyeballs to move in different directions.
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