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. Pathology and bacteriology [electronic resource]. Ophthalmology; Eye; Eye; Bacteriology; Ophthalmology; Eye; Bacteriology; Eye. COLOBOMA OF THE VITREOUS HUMOUR 69. Fig. 42. Figs. 41, 42.—Show the suspensory ligament of the lens in sections of a normal htiman eye. The foremost fibres shown in Fig. 42 are the orbiculo-antero- capsular fibres, the prolongation of which backwards to the non-plicated part of the ciliary body is shown in Fig. 41. The hindermost fibres shown in both figures are the orbiculo-posterio-capsular fibres. The cilio-equatorial fibres can be seen in Fig. 42 crossing the or

. Pathology and bacteriology [electronic resource]. Ophthalmology; Eye; Eye; Bacteriology; Ophthalmology; Eye; Bacteriology; Eye. COLOBOMA OF THE VITREOUS HUMOUR 69. Fig. 42. Figs. 41, 42.—Show the suspensory ligament of the lens in sections of a normal htiman eye. The foremost fibres shown in Fig. 42 are the orbiculo-antero- capsular fibres, the prolongation of which backwards to the non-plicated part of the ciliary body is shown in Fig. 41. The hindermost fibres shown in both figures are the orbiculo-posterio-capsular fibres. The cilio-equatorial fibres can be seen in Fig. 42 crossing the or Stock Photo
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. Pathology and bacteriology [electronic resource]. Ophthalmology; Eye; Eye; Bacteriology; Ophthalmology; Eye; Bacteriology; Eye. COLOBOMA OF THE VITREOUS HUMOUR 69. Fig. 42. Figs. 41, 42.—Show the suspensory ligament of the lens in sections of a normal htiman eye. The foremost fibres shown in Fig. 42 are the orbiculo-antero- capsular fibres, the prolongation of which backwards to the non-plicated part of the ciliary body is shown in Fig. 41. The hindermost fibres shown in both figures are the orbiculo-posterio-capsular fibres. The cilio-equatorial fibres can be seen in Fig. 42 crossing the orbiculo-antero-capsular fibres, and passing direct from between the ciliary processes to the equator of the lens. The cilio-posterio- capsular fibres are shown in Fig. 42, and at their commencement in Fig. 41. They cross the cilio-equatorial and orbiculo-antero-capsular fibres, and pass to the back of the lens. From photomicrographs by E. Collier Green.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Collins, E. Treacher (Edward Treacher), 1862-1937; Mayou, M. Stephen (Marmaduke Stephen), 1876-1934; Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle), 1871-1921, editor; University College, London. Library Services. London : William Heinemann

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