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The outermost coat consists of the cornea and the sclera; the middle coat
contains the main blood supply to the eye and consists, from the back forward, of
the choroid, the ciliary body, and the iris. The innermost layer is the retina, lying
on the ...
THE WORK OF THE OPTICAL LENS SYSTEM Refraction by cornea and lens.
The optical system of the eye is such as to produce a reduced inverted image of
the visual field on the retina; the system behaves as a convex lens but is, in fact, ...
At this stage the conjunctival lining of the lids is red and velvety in appearance,
and the cornea shows gray areas. Later, the conjunctiva appears to have grains
of sand embedded in its tissue. Blood vessels grow into the cornea, which ...
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