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Structure of Retina

Structure of Retina

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SPENCER SUTTON / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY SPENCER SUTTON / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Illustration showing the structure of the retina. From top to bottom: optic nerve fibre (reddish brown strip at top), ganglion cells (in brown), amacrine cells (in dark blue), bipolar cells (in brownish-orange), horizontal cells (in dark pink), Muller glial cell (in beige), photoreceptors: rods (in purple), cones (in green), retina pigment epithelium (bottom strip) with the pigmentary cells (inside bottom strip), Bruch membrane (at very bottom in pink).

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