Anatomy of the Eye

Aqueous Humor
The clear fluid produced by the ciliary body to nourish the lens, cornea and provide the shape for the eye.

Bulbar Conjunctiva
A thin outermost mucous membrane layer that lines the inner surface of the eyelid and extends to cover the sclera and 
Canal of Schlemm
Canal of Schlemm is a circular canal located at the transition from cornea to sclera.  The canal is a passage of the aqueous humor from the eye to the blood vessels.

Vascular membrane lying between the sclena and the retina

The cornea is a transparent dome shape forming the front of the eye to help focusing. It contains no blood vessels but many nerve endings. 

Ciliary body
Connects the choroid with the circumference of the iris.  It has internal surface  protrusions called Ciliary Process   

A membrane in front of the lens, responsible for controlling the size of the pupil and the color of the eyes

Located in the front of the eye, responsible for focusing the light that pass through

The center part of the retina at the back of the eye that has a depression called Fovea which provide ability to see details and clear vision

Optic Disc
The circular portal where optic nerve connects to retina ganglion cells and exit the eye forming Optic Nerve

Round opening at the center of the iris, allowing light to enter the eye to be focused on the retina

Thin layer of nerve cells at the back of the eye, responsible for converting the light focused through retina into neural signals before sending to the brain for visual interpretation.

A white connective tissue layer in front of the eye provides supporting for the eyeball