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 View Image #111-012Eyeball#111-012 
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Normal cross-section of the eyeball on a lightly stippled background. Includes ocular muscles, lens, cornea, optic nerve and ...

 View Image #114-051Eyeball#114-051 
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Front view of normal eye.

 View Image #111-058Eyeball: Cross-Section with Rainbow Light Spectrum#111-058 
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Vibrantly-colored cross-section of eyeball on a dark background; light sprectrum entering eye represented in rainbow hues. C...

 View Image #135-048Eye injury#135-048 
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Eyeball sectioned to show tear depth through rectus muscle, sclera. Hematoma compressing choroid & retina. Normal anatomy on ...

 View Image #130-01875Eye#130-01875 
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This medical exhibit portrays the anatomy of the eye from a sagittal (cut-away) view and an anterior (front) view. Labeled it...

 View Image #130-00811Eye#130-00811 
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This medical illustration series depicts the anatomy and function of the eye in situ within the bony orbit. Labeled structure...

 View Image #111-048Eye Disease - Diabetic Retinopathy#111-048 
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Unusual three-dimensional view of sectioned eyeball, from the front, showing pathologic changes in diabetic retinopathy. Com...

 View Image #111-162Eye: Hyperopia (Far-sightedness)#111-162 
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In hyperopia, the eye cannot focus on close objects. Usually hyperopia occurs because the eyeball is too short, so the lens c...

 View Image #130N-02496Eye#130N-02496 
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Eye with Iris, Lens and Cornea, Mid-line Cut-away View May be customized by editing labels, or by combining artwork with grap...

 View Image #111-174Eye: Presbyopia#111-174 
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Presbyopia occurs when the lens loses its natural flexibility, and the eye cannot focus clearly on nearby objects. Distant ob...

 View Image #209-072Retina Schematic#209-072 
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Schematic (diagrammatic) view of the retina in normal vision

 View Image #111-141Eye: Astigmatism#111-141 
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In astigmatism, the cornea is not curved symmetrically. Instead, a “warping” exists that causes the cornea to bend the light ...

 View Image #135-004Eye - Collapsed orbit#135-004 
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Inferior orbit fracture of the eye resulting in collapsed muscle and/ or nerve impingement, tissue in maxillary sinus. Also a...

 View Image #111-167Eye: Myopia (Near-Sightedness)#111-167 
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In myopia, the eye can focus on near objects, but distance vision is blurry. Myopia occurs because the cornea is too curved o...

 View Image #135-091Pencil illustration of the human eye#135-091 
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Old style pencil illustration of the human eye. Used for brochure cover and inside art.
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