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Ocular physiology relevant to ophthalmic anaesthesia 

Ocular physiology relevant to ophthalmic anaesthesia
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Ocular physiology relevant to ophthalmic anaesthesia
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Anjolie Chhabra

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199591398.003.0027
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date: 26 May 2020

Introduction 38

Intra-ocular pressure 40

Oculo-cardiac reflex 44

Structure and function of globe components 46

Visual pathways 50

Conclusion 52

Further reading 52

The eye is a highly complex organ responsible for the sense of sight. In order to accurately perform this function the eye has many specialized parts and a complex physiology....

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