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13 terms
Gross anatomy of eye
Eyelid
Iris
Pupil
Lacrimal Gland
Eyelid
Iris
28 terms
Human eye- Gross anatomy
Orbit
Sclera
Cornea
Conjuctiva
Orbit
Sclera
22 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Extraocular Muscle
Conjunctiva
Zonular fibers
Limbus
Superior, Medial, Lateral, and Inferior Rectus
where the toothpick is pointing
Extraocular Muscle
Superior, Medial, Lateral, and Inferior Rectus
Conjunctiva
43 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Anterior/Posterior
Ventral/Dorsal
Lateral/ Medial
Temporal/Nasal
Toward the front/ Toward the back
Toward the front/ Toward the Back
Toward the Side/ Toward the Middle
Toward the side (temple)/ Toward the middle (nose)
Anterior/Posterior
Toward the front/ Toward the back
Ventral/Dorsal
Toward the front/ Toward the Back
11 terms
Eye Gross Anatomy
Cornea
Sclera
Choroid
Ciliary body
Cornea
Sclera
31 terms
Gross Anatomy Human Eye
Orbit
Sclera
Cornea
Conjuctiva
Orbit
Sclera
18 terms
Gross Anatomy of Eye
Anterior Cavity
Anterior chamber
Posterior chamber
Cornea
Segment; between Cornea and Lens
Between Iris and Cornea
Between Iris and Lens
The transparent portion of the Scleriod membrane
Anterior Cavity
Segment; between Cornea and Lens
Anterior chamber
Between Iris and Cornea
73 terms
Eye Gross Anatomy
Levator palpebrae superioris
Superior rectus
Trochlea (pulley)
Superior oblique
Levator palpebrae superioris
Superior rectus
55 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye
limbus
size of normal adult eye
surface anatomy
plica semilunaris
= transition point between opaque sclera and transparent corn…
24-25 mm or 1 inch in diameter
limbus
= transition point between opaque sclera and transparent corn…
size of normal adult eye
24-25 mm or 1 inch in diameter
50 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye and Adnexa
Horizontal diameter of the eye
vertical diameter of the eye
diameter at visual axis at birth
diameter at visual axis at age 3
24.1 mm
23.5 mm
16-17 mm
22.5-23 mm
Horizontal diameter of the eye
24.1 mm
vertical diameter of the eye
23.5 mm
22 terms
Gross Anatomy Eye
sclera
cornea
conjunctiva
choroid
sclera
cornea
35 terms
Gross Anatomy - Human Eye
Orbit
Sclera
Cornea
Conjunctiva
Orbit
Sclera
Gross Anatomy: Orbit and Eye
The orbits are a pair of bony cavities…
Parts of the orbit?
Roof of the orbit
Lateral wall of the orbit
-Eyeballs ... -Extraocular Muscles ... -Nerves ... -Blood vessels... -Fat…
-The orbit is a pyramidal shape cavity with its base in front…
-Orbital plate of the frontal bone
-formed by zygomatic bone and the greater wing of the sphenoid
The orbits are a pair of bony cavities…
-Eyeballs ... -Extraocular Muscles ... -Nerves ... -Blood vessels... -Fat…
Parts of the orbit?
-The orbit is a pyramidal shape cavity with its base in front…
134 terms
Gross Anatomy - Eye and Orbit
what three bones form the margin (rim)…
what forms the medial wall of the orbit?
what forms the superior wall of the or…
what forms the lateral wall of the orb…
frontal, zygomatic, and maxilla
lacrimal bone, ethmoid bone, lesser wing of sphenoid, maxilla
frontal bone
zygomatic bone, greater wing of sphenoid, small piece of fron…
what three bones form the margin (rim)…
frontal, zygomatic, and maxilla
what forms the medial wall of the orbit?
lacrimal bone, ethmoid bone, lesser wing of sphenoid, maxilla
46 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye and Adnexa
Horizontal diameter of the eye
vertical diameter of the eye
diameter at visual axis at birth
diameter at visual axis at age 3
24.1 mm
23.5 mm
16-17 mm
22.5-23 mm
Horizontal diameter of the eye
24.1 mm
vertical diameter of the eye
23.5 mm
26 terms
Unit 3 - Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Superior rectus
Inferior rectus
Lateral rectus
Medial rectus
Superior rectus
Inferior rectus
14 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Iris
Cornea
Crystalline Lens
Anterior Chamber
Muscle that controls the diameter of pupil
transparent layer in front of the eye for protection, helps r…
transparent, biconvex structure in the eye that, along with t…
Filled with Aqueous humour, which maintains intraocular press…
Iris
Muscle that controls the diameter of pupil
Cornea
transparent layer in front of the eye for protection, helps r…
31 terms
GROSS ANATOMY OF EYE
normal adult human eye diameter
where the cornea and sclera meet
plica semilunaris
lacrimal gland
24-25mm (1 inch)
limbus
allows eye to move laterally
contains exocrine ducts that secretes & synthesizes tears. fo…
normal adult human eye diameter
24-25mm (1 inch)
where the cornea and sclera meet
limbus
15 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye
The pupil is
Why does the pupil appear dark?
The pupil is surrounded by the
The pigmentation of what provides the…
The opening that allows light to enter the eye and reach the…
Because of the light-absorbing pigments in the retina
Iris
The pigmentation of the iris
The pupil is
The opening that allows light to enter the eye and reach the…
Why does the pupil appear dark?
Because of the light-absorbing pigments in the retina
43 terms
gross anatomy eye
what bones make up the bony orbit?
accessory structures of eye:
conjunctiva:
what secretes tears?
maxilla ... frontal... zygomatic... ethmoid ... lacrimal... sphenoid ... palati…
- provide protection, lubrication and support... - include conju…
- palepbral: covers inner surface of eye... - bulbar: very thin…
lacrimal gland
what bones make up the bony orbit?
maxilla ... frontal... zygomatic... ethmoid ... lacrimal... sphenoid ... palati…
accessory structures of eye:
- provide protection, lubrication and support... - include conju…
Gross Anatomy of the Eye
On which axis to the eyes move?
What are the three chambers of the eye?
What are the three tunics of the eye?
What does the outer fibrous tunic cons…
Optic, NOT orbital!
Anterior, posterior and vitreous. Anterior and posterior sepa…
Outer fibrous, middle vascular, inner nervous.
The cornea and sclera. The cornea has 5 layers, is transparen…
On which axis to the eyes move?
Optic, NOT orbital!
What are the three chambers of the eye?
Anterior, posterior and vitreous. Anterior and posterior sepa…
60 terms
Gross Anatomy- Eye & Ear Anatomy
What is housed in the conical cavity,…
What are the boundaries of the orbit?
What is the orbital margin formed by?W…
What is the sheath of connective tissu…
eye and ocular adnexa
medial- parts of frontal, presphenoid, and lacrimal bones... ven…
-parts of frontal, lacrimal, and zygomatic bones... -orbital lig…
Periorbita
What is housed in the conical cavity,…
eye and ocular adnexa
What are the boundaries of the orbit?
medial- parts of frontal, presphenoid, and lacrimal bones... ven…
18 terms
Gross Anatomy Exam 4 - Eye
orbit
superior orbital wall
inferior orbital wall
medial orbital wall
pyramidal structure that houses the eye, muscles of the eye,…
frontal bone and lesser wing of sphenoid... optic canal is locat…
roof of maxillary sinus, mostly maxillary bone, palatine and…
mostly ethmoid bone, frontal, lacrimal and sphenoid bone... lacr…
orbit
pyramidal structure that houses the eye, muscles of the eye,…
superior orbital wall
frontal bone and lesser wing of sphenoid... optic canal is locat…
25 terms
Gross Anatomy of the Eye, CNs, and Palsies
Borders of the Orbit
Lacrimal Groove
Medial and Lateral Palpebral Ligaments
Sclera
Roof, floor, medial wall, lateral wall, orbital margin (ant…
On medial wall of eye, allows for lacrimal duct to transport…
Hold many anterior structures of eye
Tough, fibrous coating of the eye; adheres to cornea ... -Also a…
Borders of the Orbit
Roof, floor, medial wall, lateral wall, orbital margin (ant…
Lacrimal Groove
On medial wall of eye, allows for lacrimal duct to transport…
12 terms
Lab 3 Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Cornea
Lacrimal Gland
Optic Nerve
Iris
Refracts light waves in the eye
Secretes tears
Transmits nerve signals from the eye to the brain
Controls the amount of light that enters the eye
Cornea
Refracts light waves in the eye
Lacrimal Gland
Secretes tears
29 terms
LAB 3- Gross Anatomy of the Eye
1. What does the Fibrous tunic (the fi…
1a. Cornea
1b. Sclera
2. What does the Vascular tunic (the v…
Contains:... a. Cornea... b. Sclera
(clear covering)
(white part)
Contains: ... a. Iris... b. Ciliary body... i. Ciliary process... ii. S…
1. What does the Fibrous tunic (the fi…
Contains:... a. Cornea... b. Sclera
1a. Cornea
(clear covering)
35 terms
Bergmenson- Gross Anatomy/Embryology of the Eye
Globe Diameter
Globe diameter at Visual Axis (ant to…
Ave Scleral radius of curvature ... Weig…
3 coats of the eyeball
Horiz- 24.1mm (Nero)... Vertical- 23.5mm (name, L)
Birth: 16-17 mm (dish)... Age 3: 22.5-23 mm (nun)... Age 13: 23.5…
12mm (tin)... 7.5 grams (cow-law)... 6.6 cm2 (shoe-shoe)... 1.022-1…
Outer (sclera)... Middle (uvea)... Innter (retina)
Globe Diameter
Horiz- 24.1mm (Nero)... Vertical- 23.5mm (name, L)
Globe diameter at Visual Axis (ant to…
Birth: 16-17 mm (dish)... Age 3: 22.5-23 mm (nun)... Age 13: 23.5…
17 terms
A&P Quiz 10 - Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Cornea
Sclera ("white of the eye")
Iris
Ciliary Body
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
Cornea
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
Sclera ("white of the eye")
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
10 terms
GROSS ANATOMY - HUMAN EYE lab 9
human eye
Extrinsic eye muscles
eye
ciliary body
human eye
Extrinsic eye muscles
35 terms
Bergmenson- Gross anatomy of the eye/Embryology
Globe Diameter
Globe diameter at Visual Axis (ant to…
Ave Scleral radius of curvature ... Weig…
3 coats of the eyeball
Horiz- 24.1mm (Nero)... Vertical- 23.5mm (name, L)
Birth: 16-17 mm (dish)... Age 3: 22.5-23 mm (nun)... Age 13: 23.5…
12mm (tin)... 7.5 grams (cow-law)... 6.6 cm2 (shoe-shoe)... 1.022-1…
Outer (sclera)... Middle (uvea)... Innter (retina)
Globe Diameter
Horiz- 24.1mm (Nero)... Vertical- 23.5mm (name, L)
Globe diameter at Visual Axis (ant to…
Birth: 16-17 mm (dish)... Age 3: 22.5-23 mm (nun)... Age 13: 23.5…
69 terms
Lecture 20 - Gross anatomy of the eye
gross anatomy of the eye -pupil
Iris
Cornea
Sclera
allows light to enter the eye and reach the retina
A circular muscle that control the size of the pupil
the transparent surface that covers the pupil and iris
The white of the eye the sclera is continuous with the cornea
gross anatomy of the eye -pupil
allows light to enter the eye and reach the retina
Iris
A circular muscle that control the size of the pupil
79 terms
Gross Anatomy: Eye and Related Structures
Eye position of the predatory species
Eye position of the prey species
Orbit
Bulbus oculi
Set well forward... Large field of binocular vision, near vision…
Set more laterally... More aware of surroundings
Conceal cavity containing eyeball and ocular adnexa
The eyeball itself, globe of the eye
Eye position of the predatory species
Set well forward... Large field of binocular vision, near vision…
Eye position of the prey species
Set more laterally... More aware of surroundings
Gross Anatomy of the eye practice quiz
Cornea
Iris
Lens
Ciliary Muscles
The transparent outer layer of the eye(pupil)
Opening which controls amoubt of light entering eye (pupil)
refracts (bends) and focused light rays into the retina
Control thd shape of the lens (accommodation)
Cornea
The transparent outer layer of the eye(pupil)
Iris
Opening which controls amoubt of light entering eye (pupil)
12 terms
Gross Anatomy: Human Eye (A&PI)
extrinsic eye muscles
cornea
pupil
vitreous humor
extrinsic eye muscles
cornea
13 terms
Gross Anatomy: Sheep Eye (A&P I)
extrinsic eye muscles
cornea
pupil
iris
extrinsic eye muscles
cornea
40 terms
Gross Anatomy Test 4 - Eye/Ear
what is the orbit?
what is the orbital margin?
what is the periorbita?
what are the names for the eyelids and…
the conical cavity in which the eye and its support structure…
osseous margin formed by bones of the skull and orbital ligam…
sheath of connective tissue and smooth muscle that encloses t…
superior/inferior palpebra, and medial/lateral palpebral comm…
what is the orbit?
the conical cavity in which the eye and its support structure…
what is the orbital margin?
osseous margin formed by bones of the skull and orbital ligam…
17 terms
A&P Quiz 10 - Gross Anatomy of the Eye
Cornea
Sclera ("white of the eye")
Iris
Ciliary Body
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
Cornea
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
Sclera ("white of the eye")
What is the structure associated with the blue box?
50 terms
Gross Anatomy III; Orbit & Eye; NYCC
Orbit
Periorbita (periosteum of orbit)
Orbital margin
Orbital plate of Frontal bone
Bones containing eyeball & appendages
Lining of Bony Orbit
Base of Bony orbit
Roof of Bony Orbit
Orbit
Bones containing eyeball & appendages
Periorbita (periosteum of orbit)
Lining of Bony Orbit
45 terms
V501: Gross Anatomy of the Eye (Lab 1)
anterior/posterior
ventral/dorsal
lateral/medial
temporal/nasal
toward the front/back of the body
also toward the front./back (bipeds not quadrupeds)
toward the side/middle of the body
usually used for describing structures of the head: Side/midd…
anterior/posterior
toward the front/back of the body
ventral/dorsal
also toward the front./back (bipeds not quadrupeds)
33 terms
vision accessory and gross anatomy of eye and RETINA and tests
conjunctiva
eyelids (palpebrae)
lacriminal gland
lacriminal sac
thin, protective mucous membrane that lines the inner surface…
fleshy coverings composed mostly of skeletal muscles and skin…
located on small depression of frontal bone, holds lacrimal d…
where tears go, located in lacrimal duct
conjunctiva
thin, protective mucous membrane that lines the inner surface…
eyelids (palpebrae)
fleshy coverings composed mostly of skeletal muscles and skin…
50 terms
Gross anatomy lab 10 terms (Orbit/eye) Test 2
Posterior... CRANIAL FOSSA
CRIBRIFORM PLATE
PERIORBITA
FRONTAL NERVE
Largest branch of the Ophthalmic division of trigeminal (V1).…
Posterior... CRANIAL FOSSA
CRIBRIFORM PLATE
29 terms
135: Eye - Gross Anatomy and Histology (Cooke)
Parts of eye and their roles
Three outer layers
Three chambers
Four refractile media
Pupil - Aperture... Lens - Refractory media... Retina - Photosensit…
Fibrous tunic - Sclera and Cornea... Vascular tunic (nourishmen…
Anterior - b/t Cornea and iris... Posterior - b/t Iris and Lens…
Cornea... Aqueous humor... Lens... Vitreous humor
Parts of eye and their roles
Pupil - Aperture... Lens - Refractory media... Retina - Photosensit…
Three outer layers
Fibrous tunic - Sclera and Cornea... Vascular tunic (nourishmen…
37 terms
Gross Anatomy - Orbit and eye - Exam 2
3 bones that form orbital cavity
orbit comprised of 7 bones
what canal connects the orbit to nasal…
What foramen is in the less wing of th…
frontal, maxillary, zygomatic bone
1. ethmoid... 2. frontal... 3. zygomatic... 4. palatine... 5. lacrimal... 6.…
nasolacrimal canal
optic foramen
3 bones that form orbital cavity
frontal, maxillary, zygomatic bone
orbit comprised of 7 bones
1. ethmoid... 2. frontal... 3. zygomatic... 4. palatine... 5. lacrimal... 6.…
16 terms
Gross Anatomy
Humerus
Tibia
Ribs
Carpals
Upper arm bone
Medial leg bone
Surround the chest, made of flat bones
wrist bones, 8 of them
Humerus
Upper arm bone
Tibia
Medial leg bone
240 terms
Gross Anatomy
Trapezius
Trapezius Origin
Trapezius Insertion
Trapezius Innervation
Origin: ... 1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum…
1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum nuchae (…
Insertion: ... 1. Lateral part of the clavicle... 2. Acromion... 3. Sp…
Motor from spinal portion of accessory nerve (CN XI)
Trapezius
Origin: ... 1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum…
Trapezius Origin
1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum nuchae (…
71 terms
GROSS ANATOMY
epicranius frontalis
epicranius occipitalis
orbicularis oculi
orbicularis oris
epicranius frontalis
epicranius occipitalis
98 terms
Unit III Gross Anatomy of the Brain, Ear, Eye, Heart
cerebrum
Meninges
Dura Mater sheep brain
Arachnoid Mater sheep brain
cerebrum
Meninges
144 terms
Gross anatomy
Frontalis muscle
levator labii superioris muscle
depressor anguli oris muscle
buccinator
Frontalis muscle
levator labii superioris muscle
11 terms
Eyes. gross.
Vitreous Humor
Iris
Cornea
Pupil
a thick clear, jelly-like substance; helps give eye its shape
muscle that controls the amount of light entering the eye; de…
tough clear covering over iris and pupil, helps protect the e…
dark hole in the center of the iris that lets light in
Vitreous Humor
a thick clear, jelly-like substance; helps give eye its shape
Iris
muscle that controls the amount of light entering the eye; de…
240 terms
Gross Anatomy
Trapezius
Trapezius Origin
Trapezius Insertion
Trapezius Innervation
Origin: ... 1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum…
1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum nuchae (…
Insertion: ... 1. Lateral part of the clavicle... 2. Acromion... 3. Sp…
Motor from spinal portion of accessory nerve (CN XI)
Trapezius
Origin: ... 1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum…
Trapezius Origin
1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum nuchae (…
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