The optic disc is crucial to the eyes. It functions as an entry point for the vessels which supply blood to the retina.
Because there are no rods or cones there, since the optic disk is where axons exit the eye to form the optic nerve.
what is the function of the optic chiasm?
The optic disc in the human eye is the part of the eye that is connected to the retina and carries visual information to the thalamus and other parts of the brain.
the optic disk
Papilledema is swelling of the optic disk.papilledemaPapilledema
it does something
The place where the optic nerve comes off the eye ball. Also called the optic disk or blind spot.
I found an article on optic nerve....link is below.
The optic chiasma is in front of the pituitary gland where optic nerve fibers pass to the brain. The function of the optic chiasma is to relay electric signals as they pass from the optic nerve to the brain.
Inflammation of the retina extending to the optic disk.
The function of central retinal artery is that it does absoulutely nothing.....jk.......the artery helps the eye with its central visionn by the fovea and optic nerve n disk...!to be continued..........
Symptoms of optic atrophy are a change in the optic disc and a decrease in visual function
Your blind spot is your optic disk, which is directly in front of your optic nerve in the back of your eye.
the Optic Disk