This class reviews the basic anatomy and physiology of the human eye. It covers all the structures from the orbital adnexae, to the cornea, anterior segment, iris, lens, ciliary body, vitreous, retina and neuronal connections to the optic nerve.
This class is a great review of ocular anatomy. Need a quick refresher?
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