Hence: Any real or imaginary place of restraint or confinement; a prison; as, to put a man in limbo.
A border or margin; as, the limbus of the cornea.
The visible borderline between the clear cornea and the white sclera of the eye. The conjunctival layer that covers the globe also joins at the limbus.
Latin = a margin, usually curved, hence, limbus of cornea, its circular junction with the sclera, adjective - limbic; limbic lobe of the brain comprises structures which encircle the junction of the diencephalon and telencephalon.
The edge of the cornea, marked by the transition from the corneal epithelium to the ocular conjunctiva.
The line of demarcation between the cornea and sclera of the eye.
Transitional zone where the cornea joins the sclera.
The junction of the cornea and the sclera. F G I J K L NO PQ RS TU VWXYZ Acronyms
the visible borderline between the cornea and the white globe, or sclera, of the eye.
The junction of the cornea and the sclera. This is also where the conjunctiva, which covers the sclera, ends.
boundary between the cornea and sclera
area where the cornea and sclera meet
Circular zone where the cornea joins the sclera (white of the eye).
anatomical location where the cornea and sclera meet; contains many blood vessels and is a critical area in contact lens fitting for indicating the success or otherwise of a fit.
junction between cornea and sclera
The boundary between the cornea and scleral.
Circular zone where the cornea joins the sclera. Go to Top
demarcation zone between iris and sclera.
Edge of iris. The transitional zone between the cornea and the sclera in the eye.
Boundary area connecting the cornea and sclera; the three form the eye's outermost layer.
Margin, or border. The margin of the cornea where it contacts the sclera.