Retinal Structure and Function

The retina is a visible part of the focused sensory system, it has been extensively researched. There are two sections of the human retina that are reliant on physiology and morphology. Neuron perikarya or neural cycles are the distinct retinal layers that make up neuron perikarya. The other distinction is between the retina's focal (macula, fovea) and fringe sections. Color epithelium, photoreceptor, flat, bipolar, amacrine, ganglion, and glial cells are important cell types in the retina, and understanding their roles in both healthy and unhealthy retina remains a difficulty.

 

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