Ocular Anatomy and Physiology (OPTM 534)
A detailed discussion of the anatomy of the orbit. Particular emphasis is given to cellular, histological, and gross anatomical organization of the eye. The anatomical relationships of the orbital contents including the extraocular muscles, the orbital nerves, the orbital blood vessels, and the ocular adnexa are described. Physiology and biochemistry of the principal constituents of the eye, including: the cornea, crystalline lens, aqueous humor, vitreous humor, retina, ciliary apparatus and tear film. Typically Offered Fall Only
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