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 View Image #114-052Eye Trauma#114-052 
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Dramatic depiction of human eye with impending injury from baseball.

 View Image #207-031Eye with contact lens#207-031 
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Contact lens over cornea and iris

 View Image #172-004Eye, Diabetic Retinopathy#172-004 
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Central fundus divided in 4 parts with diabetic retinopathy. 1. normal; 2 retinahemorhages + microaneurysms; 3 hart exudates;...

 View Image #100-066Eye, Normal Anatomy#100-066 
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Horizontal section through the eye. Shows lens, iris, retina, optic nerve, cornea, etc.

 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 #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 #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 #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 #121-030Eye-Anterior#121-030 
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Normal anterior eye anatomy.

 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.
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