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Eye Anatomy - Angle Closure within the Eye
Eye Anatomy - Angle Closure within the Eye

This full color stock medical exhibit illustrates the anatomy of the anterior chamber of the eye. The open state of the angle on the left is contrasted with the pathological angle closure on the right. Arrows reveal that angle closure blocks the flow of fluid through the eye. The canal of Schlemm, collecting venules, trabecular meshwork, iris, cornea, and sclera are labeled.

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Last Updated: Apr 30th, 2015

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