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KPBI 2015 (Kelas E)

No Nama NPM
1 Kushiela 260110152004
2 Novalisha 260110152005
3No Loshieni Shri
Structure 260110152020Function
41 Maria
Lateral Rectus 260110152014
Muscle Responsible for lateral movement of the eyeball, specifically abduction.
52 Nur Syahirah 260110152016Provides protection and form.
3 Choroid Provide nourishment to the outer layers of the retina through blood vessels.
4 Retina Converts images from the eyes optical system into electrical impulses that are sent along the optic nerve to
the brain, to interpret as vision.
5 Macula Responsible for sharp central vision needed to do daily tasks
6 Fovea Responsible for our central, sharpest vision.
7 Optic Nerve It carries impulses for sight from the retina to the brain
8 Optic Nerve Head Transfer visual information from the retina to the vision centre of the brain via electrical impulses
9 Vitreous Body Between the lens and the back of the eye. The back two-thirds of the inner wall of the vitreous chamber is
lined with a special layer of cells (the retina): millions of highly sensitive nerve cells that convert light into
nerve impulses.
10 Medial Rectus Muscle It helps move the eye up and down and from side to side.
11 Ciliary Body Delivers oxygen and nutrients to the eye tissues.
12 Suspensory Ligament A series of fibers that connect the ciliary body of the eye with the lens, holding it in place
13 Conjunctiva Enable independent motion of the globe and eyelids, it also protects the cornea and hence the interior of the
14 Iris Gives color to the eye and controls the amount of light entering the eye by varying the size of the papillary
15 Aqueous Humor Nourish the cornea, iris, and lens by carrying nutrients, it removes waste products excreted from the lens,
and maintain intraocular pressure and thus maintains the shape of the eye.
16 Pupil Takes in light so the eye can focus on the objects in front of it.
17 Cornea To let light rays enter the eye and converge the light rays.
18 Anterior Chamber Front part of the eye between the cornea and the iris. Iris controls amount of light that enters the eye by
opening and closing the pupil.
19 Posterior Chamber Between the iris and the lens. The lens is behind the iris and is normally clear. Light passes through the pupil
to the lens.
20 Lens To control refraction
KPBI 2015 (Kelas E)