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DICTIONARY

Retina (RET-ih-nuh). Light sensitive nerve tissue in the eye that converts images from the eye's optical system into electrical impulses that are sent along the optic nerve to the brain, to interpret as vision. Forms a thin membranous lining of the rear two-thirds of the globe.

Cornea Pupil Iris Lens Sclera Optic Nerve Vitreous humor Retina
Source: National Eye Institute