The conjunctiva is a clear layer of cells that covers the eye and directly contacts the atmosphere. The conjunctiva is about five-cells thick.
what part of the eye is covered by conjunctiva
Conjunctiva provides protection & lubrication to the eyeball
Conjunctival is the medical term meaning pertaining to the conjunctiva.
Conjunctivoplasty means surgical repair of the conjunctiva.
This portion of the conjunctiva covers the anterior part of the sclera (the "white" of the eye). The bulbar conjunctiva stops at the junction between the sclera and cornea; it does not cover the cornea. Palpebral conjunctiva. This portion covers the inner surface of both the upper and lower eyelids.
it is found in the eye