Parts of the eye

DS00284, DS01086_IM00256-vi7_inner_eyethu.jpg Located at the back of your eye in the center of your retina, a healthy macula allows for normal central vision acuity. The macula is made up of densely packed light-sensitive cells called cones and rods. Cones are responsible for color vision and rods enable you to see shades of gray.
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