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Optic Cup at Carnegie Stage 17. Lens Cavity appears as a small moon shaped slit within the developing lens as the primary fibers slowly fill up cavity. The retina is beginning to differentiate by the formation of a neuroblastic layer.

Based upon images by: R O'Rahilly The prenatal development of the human eye. Exp. Eye Res.: 1975, 21(2);93-112 Figure 4.

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