Eye Anatomy

Prior to doing an examination, it is crucial to understand the anatomy of the eye. Although our eyes are small, they provide us with vision, which many people regard to be the most crucial of our senses. The sclera is a strong white coating that covers much of the outside of the eye. The sclera is covered by a thin clear covering called the conjunctiva. The cornea is a clear, window-like surface at the very front of the eye that protects the pupil and iris behind that window.
The colourful component of the eye, the iris, is a muscle that contracts and expands to admit light into the eye. The pupil is a hole in the middle of the iris that allows light to enter the eye (it is covered by the transparent cornea).
Our eye's lens focuses this light onto the retina, which is located in the rear of the eye. The retina turns light images into electrical signals, which are then transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve by the retina's nerve cells and fibres. The optic disc is the part of the retina where all of the nerve fibres join to form the optic nerve as it exits the eye and connects to the brain.

•    Anatomy & Physiology
•    Structure Of Eye
•    Functions
•    Role and Mechanism

Market Analysis:
The global Eye Anatomical Model market size is estimated to be worth USD 3 million in 2022 and is forecast to a readjusted size of USD 3 million by 2028 with a CAGR of 1.9% during the review period.