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A Textbook of Opthalmology by E. Ahmed

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Saunders, Philadelphia, 1994, p. 458. 3. , Dry eye disorders. M. A. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 1994, p. 257. 4. ), Warwick, R. L. ), Longm an, London, 1973. 5. , The lacrimal secretory system and its treatment, Am. J. , 62: 47, 1966. 6 . , Physiology of the tear film, in The Cornea, Smolin, G. A. , Boston, 1983. 4. ANATOMY OF THE CONJUNCTIVA12 The conjunctiva (Lat. conjunctivus, serving to connect) is a thin and transparent mucous membrane, conjoining the eyelid to the globe and its epithelium is continuous with that of the cornea.

Paranasal Sinuses in Relation to the Orbital Walls Frontal sinuses. The septum between the two frontal sinuses is frequently not strictly median. The sinus opens into the anterior part of the middle meathus. Ethmoidal sinuses. These are numerous thinwalled sinuses within the ethmoid bone and on each side there are three groups: the anterior and middle groups enter the middle meatus, while the posterior groups open into the superior meatus, forming a medial relation to the optic canal. Sphenoidal sinuses.

C) The orbital which is loose with horizontal folds overlying Miiller’s muscle. The Bulbar Conjunctiva The bulbar conjunctiva is a loose sheet overlying the episclera and the tendons of the four recti. Because of its looseness, chemosis commonly affects this zone. e. e. the fibrous layer. The structure varies in different portions. The epithelium. The free margin of the lid is covered by keratinized stratified epithelium. The mucocutaneous junction lies at the level o f the posterior margin of the openings of Meibomian glands and at this region there are about five layers of non-keratinized squamous epithelium, the most superficial cells being nucleated.

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