By Nigel Palastanga, Derek Field, Roger Soames
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The visual axis is, except near where the optic nerve pierces when however of more importance and joins the it is firmly attached. It consists of two parts, an centre of the cornea to the fovea of the retina, outer pigmented (brown) layer, which prevents and represents the course taken by light from light passing through the sclera and the the centre point of vision. When looking at scattering of light which enters via the pupil, 2 36 ANATOMY AND HUMAN MOVEMENT lined by the ciliary part of the retina (Fig.
Sweat glands, cutaneous nerves, and sensory endings (particularly Pacinian (pressure) corpusHairs (Fig. 2b) cles) (Figs. 33). In the subcutaneous tissue overlying joints, Hairs are widely distributed over the body subcutaneous bursae exist, which contain a surface, notable exceptions being the palm of small amount of fluid, and thereby facilitate the hand and the sole of the foot. Hairs vary as movement of the skin in these regions. to their thickness and length. Most of them are extremely fine so that the skin may appear hairless.
It is this firm the eyelashes is only 3 to 5 months. All hairs are attachment which enables the nails to be used intermittently shed and replaced. In the growing hair, the deepest part of the for scratching and as instruments for prizing open various objects. hair follicle expands to form a cap, known as the The distal end of the nail is free, while the bulb of the hair, which almost completely proximal covered part constitutes the nail root. surrounds some loose, vascular connective There is an abundant supply of sensory nerve tissue, known as the papilla.
Anatomy & Human Movement: Structure & Function, 4th edition by Nigel Palastanga, Derek Field, Roger Soames