By Mohammad Wakeel Ansari, Ahmed Nadeem
This e-book is a realistic and concise atlas on ocular anatomy, with an emphasis on utilized points and tricks for simple retention concepts. The monstrous colour illustrations and pictures encompass self-explanatory, certain, and significant representations of the issues lined within the textual content. protecting chapters resembling bony socket of the attention, extraocular muscular tissues, eyelids, cornea and lens, and neurology of the attention, Atlas of Ocular Anatomy supplies a precis of the $64000 and proper issues for every subject, keeping apart out the basic from the nonessential components. entire with consultant schematic line diagrams and whole colour pictures, this atlas good points the correlation among anatomic evidence with their possible medical shows in illness.
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The superior rectus is the longest, and the inferior rectus is the shortest. They extend anteriorly close to the walls of the orbit. Their edges are connected to each other by the intermuscular septum, which forms a cone of muscles dividing the orbital cavity into a peripheral and a central space (Fig. 3). They are inserted into the sclera, well anterior to the equator of eye by tendons of different widths and at different distances from the limbus (Fig. 4). The sclera is very thin at the insertions of the rectus muscles.
They pass outside the annulus because they will supply structures outside the cone of muscles. The inferior ophthalmic vein may pass below and outside the annulus. The thin superolateral part of the superior orbital ﬁssure is covered by dense ﬁbrous tissue, and nothing passes through it. The nerve supply of the lateral rectus is from the sixth cranial nerve which enters the muscle at its middle on its medial surface. 3 The Fascial Hammock The eyeball is held in position in the front part of the orbit by lateral and medial check ligaments on its sides and inferiorly by the ligament of Lockwood.
Because from here onward the ophthalmic artery has to supply structures inside the cone of muscles, it enters the cone on the lateral side of the optic nerve and medial to the ciliary ganglion. Once inside the cone of muscles, it gives its lacrimal branch and then crosses the optic nerve superiorly from its lateral to medial side (Figs. 7). It then divides into the supratrochlear and dorsal nasal arteries after giving branches to the anterior and posterior ethmoidal canals. It also provides two long posterior ciliary branches that pierce the sclera to the lateral and medial sides of the optic nerve (Fig.
Atlas of Ocular Anatomy by Mohammad Wakeel Ansari, Ahmed Nadeem