The human eye is a roughly spherical organ that receives visual impulses and processes them. It is contained within the skull’s eye sockets and is held in place by muscles within the sockets. Because the eye is made up of two parts fused together, it does not have a perfectly spherical form. External components are structures visible on the outside of the eye, whereas internal components are structures found within the eye.
The internal components of the eye
The internal components include:
- Optic nerve
- Aqueous Humour
- Vitreous Humour
External components of the eye
The external components include: