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Anatomy of the Eye

Detailed animated cross-section of the eye, giving lots of details on the different tissues making up the organ. Covers the cornea, pupil, iris and retina, along with more obscure terms such as Choroidea and Macula.


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May 2009

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Detailed animated cross-section of the eye, giving lots of details on the different tissues making up the organ. Covers the cornea, pupil, iris and retina, along with more obscure terms such as Choroidea and Macula.;

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