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zonular fibers

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  • zonular fibers — fibrae zonulares …   Medical dictionary

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  • Ciliary muscle — The choroid and iris. (Ciliary muscle is labeled near top.) Latin musculus ciliaris Gray s …   Wikipedia

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  • fibra — SYN: fiber, fiber. [L.] fibrae arcuatae cerebri [TA] SYN: arcuate fibers of cerebrum, under fiber. fibrae arcuatae externae SYN: external arcuate fibers, under fiber. fibrae arcuatae externae anteriores [TA] See external arcuate fibers, under… …   Medical dictionary

  • Zonule of Zinn — Schematic diagram of the human eye. (Zonular fibers labeled at upper left.) …   Wikipedia

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  • fibrae zonulares — [TA] zonular fibers: the fibers that anchor the lens capsule to the ciliary body and the retina; called also aponeurosis of Zinn …   Medical dictionary

  • tertiary vitreous — embryonic zonular fibers derived from the primary vitreous and the basement membrane of the nonpigmented epithelium of the ciliary body; the fibers eventually attach to the lens capsule, giving rise to the zonule of Zinn …   Medical dictionary

  • Coloboma — A congenital malformation (birth defect) in which part of the eye does not form due to failure of fusion of an embryonic feature called the intraocular fissure. The resultant coloboma can be likened to a missing slice from a pie that may involve… …   Medical dictionary

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