Learn more about the structures of human eye using these hands-on human eye diagrams that we have collected for you in high quality! In these 101 Diagramss, the detailed structures of eye anatomy are illustrated in a high quality pictures. Follow these diagrams to study more about the structures of the eye!
Vision occurs when light enters the eye through the pupil. From the human eye diagram above, you can see that there’s a lot of parts contributed in your eyes. With help from other important structures in the eye, like the iris and cornea, the appropriate amount of light is directed towards the lens. The lens in the eye bends incoming light onto the retina. There are other important parts in the eye anatomy and study them more through the following eye diagrams!
The sclera is outermost layer of the eyeball. At the front of the eyeball, the sclera becomes the cornea. The space between the cornea and the lens is known as the anterior chamber. The aqueous humor is a transparent watery fluid that circulates in the anterior chamber. It provides oxygen and nutrients to the inner eye and exerts fluid pressure that helps maintain the shape of the eye. The posterior chamber is a larger area than the anterior chamber. It is located opposite to the anterior chamber at the back of the lens. It is filled with a fluid called vitreous humor.
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