The sclera is the white outermost part of the eye.
The outer covering, a protective tough white layer called the sclera (white part of the eye). The conjunctiva covers the exposed part of the eye.
- The sclerotic layer is the eye’s outermost layer, which protects and shapes the eye.
- The choroid layer, which is next to the sclerotic layer and contains blood vessels, aids in the eye’s proper functioning.
- The retina is the eye’s innermost layer, which aids in image creation and serves as the sensory organ.
- The mucous membrane is the epithelial cells covering, which helps to protect the eyes. To preserve fluidity, they secrete mucus.