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Crystalline lens

Introduction: Crystalline lens

Description of Crystalline lens

Crystalline lens: biconvex transparent body situated behind the iris in the eye; it focuses light waves on the retina.
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The following terms can be used for Crystalline lens

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Hierarchical classifications of Crystalline lens

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