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Sclera

Cornea Sclera
The white, fibrous, protective outer layer of the eye, composed primarily of collagen and elastic fibers. The sclera varies in thinkness from about 0.3 mm to 1 mm, and is covered by a thin layer of tinnue called the conjunctiva.   The white, fibrous, protective outer layer of the eye.
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