FIGURE 1 Horizontal section through the left human eye ball. Neurons of the retina are shown in blue; retinal thickness is highly magnified. Retinal ganglion cell axons coalesce to form the head of the optic nerve and exit through the retina, resulting in a blind spot at this location. Blood vessels travel along the optic nerve and spread over the surface of the retina, except over the fovea. Structures of the anterior eye are discussed in subsequent sections of this chapter.

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