Human glaucoma Eye Model


Normal eyeball morphology and main structure, as well as different pathological lens models to demonstrate the pathology of glaucoma, including closed angle glaucoma, open angle glaucoma, secondary glaucoma, congenital glaucoma, etc. The horizontal section of the eyeball shows the following parts:
Outer membrane: Showing two parts of the cornea and sclera, the cornea is transparent, and the sclera is the vast part of 5/6 of the eyeball layer. The surface shows the severed ophthalmic muscles and optic nerve.
Middle membrane: Showing three parts: iris, ciliary body, and choroid. The iris is anterior, with a central pupil. The central ciliary body is divided into ciliary ring, ciliary muscle, and ciliary process, followed by the choroid.
The inner membrane is the retina, which is the innermost layer of the eyeball, between the ciliary body and the optic part, with a serrated edge. There is a macula near the posterior pole of the eyeball, and there are optic nerve nipples and central retinal blood vessels on the inside, which are distributed inside the retina.
The refractive body has a biconvex lens and a slightly spherical vitreous body located behind the lens.
External dimensions: Enlarge by 3 times according to the actual object.

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Dimensions 16 × 12 × 16 cm