Lab Video - Eye

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1. Review the osteology of the bony orbit. 720x480 480x320
2. Skin the eyelid, exposing the orbicularis oculi muscle and its parts. 720x480 480x320
3. On one eyelid make a vertical incision in the superior lid to expose the tarsal plate and its relation to the conjunctiva and levator apparatus, and the lacrimal gland. 720x480 480x320
4. On the other half head reflect the orbicularis oculi down to expose the palpebral ligaments, lacrimal sac and nasolacrimal duct. 720x480 480x320
5. Remove the dura from the middle cranial fossa to expose the contents and lateral wall of the cavernous sinus. 720x480 480x320
6. Remove the roof and lateral wall of the orbit and cavernous sinus to expose the contents of the orbit and follow the nerves and vessels into it. 720x480 480x320
7. Reflect the levator palpebrae superioris and superior rectus muscle and remove orbital fat to expose the orbital nerves and vessels. 720x480 480x320
8. Transect the optic nerve to reveal the central artery and relationships of the nerve sheaths. 720x480 480x320