Retinal Structure and Function

The focused sensory system's visible component, the retina, has been well studied. The human retina has two regions that depend on physiology and morphology. There are many retinal layers that make up neuron perikarya, also known as neural cycles. The focal (macula, fovea) and fringe parts of the retina are separated from one another. Understanding the functions of the retina's essential cell types, including the colour epithelium, photoreceptors, flat, bipolar, amacrine, ganglion, and glial cells, in both healthy and diseased retina remains challenging.

 

  • Anatomy of Retina
  • Light Sensitivity
  • Retinal Damage
  • Retinal Transplant

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