Thickness of retina

Range 80 to 320 figure - link μm
Organism Human Homo sapiens
Reference John Moran eye center, Uni. of Utah, Webvision, the organization of the retina and visual system, Helga Kolb, Eduardo Fernandez and Ralph Nelson, link
Comments "The retinal thickness shows greatest variations in the center. The retina is thinnest at the foveal floor (0.10, 0.150-0.200 mm) and thickest (0.23, 0.320 mm) at the foveal rim. Beyond the fovea the retina rapidly thins until the equator. At the ora serrata the retina is thinnest of all (0.080 mm)."
Entered by Uri M
ID 109683