Attaches The Lens To The Ciliary Body

Attaches The Lens To The Ciliary Body. Through this indirect attachment, the ciliary muscle acts on the lens facilitating the accommodation. A series of fibers that connects the ciliary body of the eye with the lens, holding it in place.

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When focusing on close objects, the ciliary body contracts and the zonules relax, allowing the lens to. Aqueous humor cornea choroid fovea centralis ciliary zonule iris scler scleral venous. The ciliary body is located in the middle of the eye, meaning it can be found on the eye’s inner wall, behind the iris.

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