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The pupil is the opening in the center of the eye that absorbs light for vision.
Lateral rectus allows the eye to Look out or away from the Midline.
Medial recuts allows the eye to move inward or towards the Midline
Superior rectus allows your eye to look up.
Inferior rectus allows your eye to look down.
Iris is the colored potion of the eye behind the cornea surrounding the pupil.
The sclera is the white of the eye and is made of dense connective tissue and is a protective covering of the eye.