Ora serrata

As ora serrata is known in the anatomy

  • The circular transition line of the pars optica retina ( retina) in the pars caeca, which covers the ciliary body and the iris. The ora serrata is about 8.5 mm behind the limbus. It is the transition zone from the part of the retina to the seeing -blind portion of the retina. The pigment epithelium and the outer limiting membrane pass into the tissue of the ciliary body. The other layers of the retina are reduced to a layer of unpigmented cells. These cells then form the outer layer of the ciliary body that is the outer layer of the ( two-layer ) the epithelium of the ciliary body.
  • The Z- line of the stomach mouth ( the cardia )
  • Disambiguation