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Ocular Anatomy. V.S. 112 UAB School of Optometry Timothy W. Kraft, Ph.D. 975-2885 twkraft@uab.edu. Summer 2007. First Day of School 2004. Goals for the Term. Solid base of knowledge Comfort with Ocular terminology Basics of tissue structure & function

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ocular anatomy

Ocular Anatomy

V.S. 112

UAB School of Optometry

Timothy W. Kraft, Ph.D.

975-2885

twkraft@uab.edu

goals for the term
Goals for the Term
  • Solid base of knowledge
  • Comfort with Ocular terminology
  • Basics of tissue structure & function
    • At the end of the course you can give yourself a 3D guided tour of the eye and orbit within your mind’s eye.
exam schedule grading
Exam Schedule & Grading
  • Midterm 37%
  • Lab work sheets & hw (4%)
  • Quizzes: Four each 5.5% (22%)
  • and Final Exam 37%
      • some of Final is review

There will be 4 or 5 Lab sessions, attendance is mandatory

sources of information
Sources of information
  • The Human Eye structure and Function by Clyde Oyster
  • Hand-outs, outlines including additional figures.
  • CD’s of power point presentations for out of class review

Come to Class

texts and supplements
Texts and Supplements
  • Oyster (you buy this one) The Human Eye
  • Williams & Warwick Functional Neuroanatomy of Man(copy provided)
  • Snell & Lemp:Clinical Anatomy of the Eye (copy of selected figures provided)
broad based learning
Broad-based learning
  • Power point presentations
    • Almost all lectures available on CD
  • Hand out outline the lecture
  • Study Guides
  • When all else fails: RTB

Read the Book

Go to Class

competitive analysis
Competitive Analysis
  • Competitors - YOU HAVE NONE
    • Drive yourself - help your classmates
    • Work with each other
      • Share strengths overcome weaknesses
  • Its not about grades, its about knowledge!

Report cheating to Honor council

any questions
Any Questions?

How do I get

this thing

off my finger?

overview
Overview
  • When the structure seems complicated , think FUNCTION
    • Imaging : OPTICAL CLARITY
    • Information processing: pathways, adaptation
    • Mobility: balance, strength, speed, MECHANICS
    • Biological System: respiration, pain, protection
terminology
Rostral (toward top of head - rooster)

Caudal (toward tail) cauda equina - horses tail

Anterior - front - ventral

Posterior- back - dorsal (dorsal fin)

Medial (midline) {Nasal}

Lateral away from midline (Temporal)

Central -

Peripheral- away from center

Terminology
reference planes
Reference planes

How do you know this is a diagram of the right eye?

pop quiz 1
Pop Quiz #1

a

  • a: Lens
  • b: Ciliary Body (Pars plicata)
  • c: Pars Plana of ciliary body
  • d: Retina
  • e: Zonule or suspensory ligament

e

b

c

d

Figure by Williams and Warwick

eyeball optical pathway
Eyeball: Optical Pathway
  • Cornea
  • Anterior Chamber
  • Iris/Pupil
  • Posterior Chamber
  • Lens
  • Vitreous
  • Retina

Figure by Snell & Lemp

eyeball layered tissues
Eyeball: Layered tissues
  • Protective epithelium
  • Cornea/Sclera
  • Choroid
  • RPE
    • All to protect/nourish the nervous tissue of retina/optic nerve
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Uvea:

uveal layer is shown in red: It consists of the iris, ciliary body and choroid

From Williams & Warwick