Inner limiting membrane
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|Inner limiting membrane|
|Section of retina. (Membrana limitans interna labeled at right, at top.)|
|Plan of retinal neurons. (Membrana limitans interna labeled at left, at top.)|
|Latin||membrana limitans interna|
|Gray's||subject #225 1017|
Each fiber begins on the inner surface of the retina by an expanded, often forked base, which sometimes contains a spheroidal body staining deeply with hematoxylin, the edges of the bases of adjoining fibers being united to form the inner limiting membrane (or layer).
- Histology image: 07902loa – Histology Learning System at Boston University
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