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The palpebral conjunctiva is subdivided into three portions—marginal, tarsal, and orbital. Muscles of the Eyelids L evator palpebrae superioris. The muscle originates from the undersurface of the lesser wing o f the sphenoid bone, above and in front of the optic foramen. The muscle ends anteriorly in a wide aponeurosis, the extremities being called the lateral and medial “horns”. The muscle is intersected by three slips: (a) anteriorly it traverses between the fibres of the orbicularis and these muscle fibres are attached to the skin, (b) centrally it is inserted at the upper border of the tarsus, and (c) posteriorly, it is inserted at the upper fornix.

C. ), Chapman and Hall, London, 1997. e. the posterior conjunctival arteries Tarsal Orbital, fom ix and bulbar (except 3 -6 mm paralimbal zone) Paralimbal 3 -6 mm zone A nterior conjunctival derived from the episcleral tw igs o f the anterior ciliary arteries V enous d ra in a g e The conjunctival veins are larger, darker and more tortuous than the corresponding arteries. L y m p h a tic d ra in a g e There are two groups of lymphatic networks, the superficial and the deep. The medial one-third of 2.

Anatomical relations at the apex o f the right orbit (Reed). Fossa fo r the lacrimal gland. This is on the frontal bone and is situated at the anterolateral angle of the orbit. Trochlear fossa. This is on the frontal bone, 5 mm behind the anteromedial angle o f the orbit. It contains the pulley of the superior oblique muscle. Zygomaticofrontal suture. This lies between the roof and the lateral wall of the orbit. Supraorbital notch and canal. This is at the junction of the medial third and lateral two-third of the superior ©rbital margin and transmits the supraorbital nerve and vessels.

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