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conjunctiva the mucous membrane lining the inner surface of the eyelid and the surface of the eyeball.
exophthalmos abnormal protrusion of the eyeball caused by certain medical conditions such as hyperthyroidism.
eyelid either of the two folds of skin that can be opened or shut to uncover or cover the eyeball.
glaucoma a progressively disabling disease of the eye marked by increased pressure in and hardening of the eyeball.
intraocular occurring within or surgically implanted into the eyeball.
nystagmus an involuntary twitching or vibrating movement of the eyeball, usu. from side to side.
oculomotor designating the nerves that supply the muscles that move each eyeball.
ophthalmoscope an instrument for examining the retina and the interior of the eyeball.
orb an eye or eyeball. [1/3 definitions]
retina the light-sensitive lining at the back of the inner eyeball that receives images and transfers them to the optic nerve.
sclera the tough fibrous white or blue-white tissue that covers all of the eyeball except the part covered by the cornea.
tonometer any of various medical instruments that measure pressure, as of the blood, or tension, as in the eyeball. [1/3 definitions]
vitreous humor the transparent, colorless jelly that fills the eyeball between the lens and the retina.