CRANIAL NERVES ------- Optic nerve (CN 2), sensory only. Receptors in the retina (rods & cones) synapse with bipolar cells, which synapse with ganglion cells. Ganglion cells form optic nerve. Crossover at optic chiasm. Tags: skull, brain, eye, anatomy, dissection, human, body, health, nature, science, biology

CRANIAL NERVES ------- Optic nerve (CN 2), sensory only. Receptors in the retina (rods & cones) synapse with bipolar cells, which synapse with ganglion cells. Ganglion cells form optic nerve. Crossover at optic chiasm. Tags: skull, brain, eye, anatomy, dissection, human, body, health, nature, science, biology

pin 616
heart 54
speech 2
Instant Anatomy - Head and Neck - Areas/Organs - Eye & orbit - Coats and optic nerve

Instant Anatomy - Head and Neck - Areas/Organs - Eye & orbit - Coats and optic nerve

pin 32
heart 3
speech 1
Extra-ocular muscles that participate in the vestibular ocular reflex (VOR). These muscles are paired with the semi-circular canals of the vestibular system to allow the eyes to maintain stabilized during slow movements of the head.

Extra-ocular muscles that participate in the vestibular ocular reflex (VOR). These muscles are paired with the semi-circular canals of the vestibular system to allow the eyes to maintain stabilized during slow movements of the head.

pin 175
heart 31
MS Symptoms: Optic Neuritis and Multiple Sclerosis http://www.msunites.com/optic-neuritis-and-multiple-sclerosis/

MS Symptoms: Optic Neuritis and Multiple Sclerosis http://www.msunites.com/optic-neuritis-and-multiple-sclerosis/

pin 277
heart 25
Rods and cones in retina: colorized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of rods and cones, showing the structure of the eye retina. Rods (green) are long nerve cells which respond to dim light, enabling images to be detected. Cones (blue) are shorter cone-like cells which detect colour. Rods and cones pass visual signals through the optic nerve to the brain. Pigment cells block light from passing further. Magnification: unknown.

Rods and cones in retina: colorized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of rods and cones, showing the structure of the eye retina. Rods (green) are long nerve cells which respond to dim light, enabling images to be detected. Cones (blue) are shorter cone-like cells which detect colour. Rods and cones pass visual signals through the optic nerve to the brain. Pigment cells block light from passing further. Magnification: unknown.

pin 110
heart 10
speech 2
Visual pathway, from the eye back to the visual cortex, in the occipital lobe, in the back of the brain.

Visual pathway, from the eye back to the visual cortex, in the occipital lobe, in the back of the brain.

pin 48
heart 1
ONH/SOD Family Focus (optic nerve hypoplasia/septo optic dysplasia): FOCUS Families provides "Information, Education and Support" to those affected by Optic Nerve Hypoplasia (ONH) & Septo Optic Dysplasia (SOD) world wide. FOCUS Families has divisions in Germany, The United Kingdom and The United States of America.

ONH/SOD Family Focus (optic nerve hypoplasia/septo optic dysplasia): FOCUS Families provides "Information, Education and Support" to those affected by Optic Nerve Hypoplasia (ONH) & Septo Optic Dysplasia (SOD) world wide. FOCUS Families has divisions in Germany, The United Kingdom and The United States of America.

pin 49
heart 7
✿⊱╮Retina close up cross section | The retina is the innermost layer of the eye and is composed of several layers of neurons interconnected by synapses. The only neurons that are directly sensitive to light are the photoreceptor cells, rods and cones. Light energy creates an image of the visual world on the retina, triggering nerve impulses that are sent to the visual centers of the brain through the optic nerve.

✿⊱╮Retina close up cross section | The retina is the innermost layer of the eye and is composed of several layers of neurons interconnected by synapses. The only neurons that are directly sensitive to light are the photoreceptor cells, rods and cones. Light energy creates an image of the visual world on the retina, triggering nerve impulses that are sent to the visual centers of the brain through the optic nerve.

pin 210
heart 20
Superior view of the brain revealing the visual pathway and superior sagittal sinus. Electrical nerve impulses travel from the eyes to the occipital lobe in the back of the brain via millions of nerves fibers that make up the visual pathway.

Superior view of the brain revealing the visual pathway and superior sagittal sinus. Electrical nerve impulses travel from the eyes to the occipital lobe in the back of the brain via millions of nerves fibers that make up the visual pathway.

pin 223
heart 28
Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search