A Textbook of Opthalmology, 2nd Edition by E. Ahmed

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Lower division Fig. 2 Ophthalmic a. Inf. ophthalmic v. Anatomical relations at the apex o f the right orbit (Reed). Fossa fo r the lacrimal gland. This is on the frontal bone and is situated at the anterolateral angle of the orbit. Trochlear fossa. This is on the frontal bone, 5 mm behind the anteromedial angle o f the orbit. It contains the pulley of the superior oblique muscle. Zygomaticofrontal suture. This lies between the roof and the lateral wall of the orbit. Supraorbital notch and canal.

B) Arteries. Two sources—ophthalmic and terminal branch of the external carotid. (c) ( Veins. Superior ophthalm ic, inferior ophthalmic and central retinal. (d) Nerves. И, П1, IV, VI, first two divisions of the V cranial; sympathetic fibres to the eyeball, the lacrimal gland, the plane muscle of the orbit and to the blood vessels; and parasympathetic fibres to the lacrimal gland through the VII cranial. (e) Orbital fascia. (f) Ciliary ganglion. Ophthalmic Artery (Fig. 3) Ophthalmic artery arises from the anteromedial aspect o f the internal carotid artery, just medial to the anterior clinoid process.

Dry eye disorders. M. A. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 1994, p. 257. 4. ), Warwick, R. L. ), Longm an, London, 1973. 5. , The lacrimal secretory system and its treatment, Am. J. , 62: 47, 1966. 6 . , Physiology of the tear film, in The Cornea, Smolin, G. A. , Boston, 1983. 4. ANATOMY OF THE CONJUNCTIVA12 The conjunctiva (Lat. conjunctivus, serving to connect) is a thin and transparent mucous membrane, conjoining the eyelid to the globe and its epithelium is continuous with that of the cornea. It is divided into three parts: palpebral, bulbar and fomix.

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