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The Ocular Circulation by Jeffrey W. Kiel

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The Ocular Circulation
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Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN-13: 9781615041695
Number of pages: 81

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This presentation describes the unique anatomy and physiology of the vascular beds that serve the eye. The ocular vascular beds are confined to the periphery of the posterior two thirds of the eye and a surrogate circulation provides a continuous flow of aqueous humor to nourish the avascular cornea, lens and vitreous compartment.

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