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Fig. 19. Vertical section through head of pig 40 mm long

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At A, Figs. 18 and 19, are shown the lids entirely covering the front of the eye ball and just back of it the cornea B, and the space between the two, C, is the conjunctival sack.

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Brown EJ. The embryology anatomy and histology of the eye. (1906) Chicago: Hazlitt & Walker.

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