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An illustration of the anatomy of the macula, a spot near the centre of the retina in the human eye. The macula contains a high density of photoreceptors responsible for high acuity vision. The photoreceptor cells, known as rods and cones, are represented in yellow, followed by a layer of retinal pigment epithelium, Bruch's membrane, and the blood vessels of the choroid.
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