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Parts of Human Eyes Word Search

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Vision Word Search

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THE EYE (Ophthalmology) Word Search

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Anatomy of the Eye Crossword

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Most of the eye's refractive power comes from this structure of the eye cornea
Jelly like structure that occupies the posterior cavity of the globe vitreous
Pigmented tissue lying behind the cornea that gives color to the eye iris
Opaque, fibrous protective outer layer of the eye sclera
Vascular layer of the eye lying between the retina and sclera that provides nourishment to outer layers of the retina choroid
The transparent biconvex structure situated between the iris and the vitreous lens
Transparent mucous membrane covering the outer surface of the eye except the cornea conjunctiva
Clear, watery fluid that fills the space between the back surface of the cornea and the front surface of the vitreous, bathing the lens aqueoushumor
Second cranial nerve. The largest sensory nerve of the eye that carries impulses fro sight from the retina to the brain opticnerve
Contains sensory receptors for the transmission of light, is really part of the brain retina
Black circular opening in the center of the iris that regulates the amount of light that enters the eye pupil
Tiny opening of the lacrimal canaliculus of each upper and lower eyelid punctum
The yellow spot in the center of the retina; area of acute central vision macula
Central pit in the macula that produces the sharpest vision. Contains a high concentration of cones and no retinal blood vessels. fovea
Transitional zone about 1-2 mm wide, where the cornea joins the sclera and the bulbar conjunctiva attaches to the eye limbus
Pink fleshy conjunctival tissue in the nasal corner of each eye over the semilunar fold caruncle
Structures covering the front of the eye, which protects it; distributes tear film over the exposed corneal surface eyelids
Responsible for moving the eye and are considered extrinsic extraocularmuscles
Fluid filled space inside the eye between the iris and the innermost corneal surface anteriorchamber
Radial fibers that suspend the lens from the ciliary body and hold it in position zonules

The Eye Crossword

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carries blood away from the heart ARTERY
carries blood to the heart vain
white section of the eye sclera
receives images retina
opening that allows light in pupil
refracts light in order to focus it on the retina. lens
controls light entering the pupil iris
transparent part of the eye that covers the eye cornea
between the cornea and the iris anteriorchamber
between the iris and the lens posteriorchamber
yellow area surrounding the fovea that acts as sunglasses macula
used for central/focused vision fovea
provides oxygen to the retina choroids
provides shape vitreous
signals to the brain to let us see opticnerve
controls viewing on objects from different distances ciliarybody
moves eye downward inferiorrectusmuscle
moves eye upward superiorrectusmuscle

The Eye Vocabulary Crossword

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The space in the eye that is behind the cornea and in front of the iris Anterior Chamber
an arched cover either the anterior or the posterior chamber of the eye Aqueous Humor
the pigmented vascular layer of the eyeball between the retina and the sclera Choroid
is located in the eye and surrounds the lens Ciliary Muscle
one of the cone-shaped cells in the retina of the eye, sensitive to color and intensity of light Cones
the transparent layer forming the front of the eye Cornea
A small depression near the center of the retina, constituting the area of most acute vision Fovea Centralis
A small depression near the center of the retina, constituting the area of most acute vision Fovea Centralis
a flat, colored, ring-shaped membrane behind the cornea of the eye, with an adjustable circular opening (pupil) in the center Iris
a piece of glass or other transparent substance with curved sides for concentrating or dispersing light rays, used singly (as in a magnifying glass) or with other lenses (as in a telescope) lens
A minute yellowish area containing the fovea centralis located near the center of the retina of the eye at which visual perception is most acute Macula Lutea
The circular area in the back of the inside of the eye where the optic nerve connects to the retina Optic Disc
: a narrow space in the eye that is behind the peripheral part of the iris and in front of the suspensory ligament of the lens and the ciliary body and is filled with aqueous humor posterior chamber
: a narrow space in the eye that is behind the peripheral part of the iris and in front of the suspensory ligament of the lens and the ciliary body and is filled with aqueous humor posterior chamber
each of the second pair of cranial nerves, transmitting impulses to the brain from the retina at the back of the eye optic nerve
the contractile aperture in the iris of the eye pupil
the contractile aperture in the iris of the eye pupil
a layer at the back of the eyeball containing cells that are sensitive to light and that trigger nerve impulses that pass via the optic nerve to the brain, where a visual image is formed. retina
A type of specialized light-sensitive cell (photoreceptor) in the retina of the eye that provides side vision and the ability to see objects in dim light rods
the white outer layer of the eyeball. At the front of the eye it is continuous with the cornea sclera
a ligament or fibrous membrane suspending an organ or part; especially : a ringlike fibrous membrane connecting the ciliary body and the lens of the eye and holding the lens in place suspensory ligament
is a transparent, colorless, gelatinous mass that fills the space in the eye between the lens and the retina vitreous humor
in humans is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. albinism
A disorder of the vision, usually due to a misshapen cornea, such that light does not focus correctly on the retina causing a blurred image astigmatism

Eye Word Search

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macular lutea
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Functions of the Eye Crossword

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Helps with eye gaze, protects the eye and maintain the shape Sclera
Focuses light on the retina Cornea
Nourishes structures surrounding it, and removes waste Aqueous Humor
Regulates light entering the eye and depth of the visual field Iris
Allows light to enter the eye Pupil
Clear viscous jelly that fill the major chamber, where debris can accumulate Vitreous Humor
Transduction of light energy Retina
Small area on retina that contains only cone receptors Fovea
Nerve bundle of neurons coming from the eye Optic Nerve
Source of nutrition, absorption of extraneous light Choroid
Enables the change in focus Lens

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The Awesome Eye Word Search

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