Inner limiting membrane

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Inner limiting membrane
Section of retina. (Membrana limitans interna labeled at right, at top.)
Plan of retinal neurons. (Membrana limitans interna labeled at left, at top.)
Latin membrana limitans interna
TA A15.2.04.018
FMA 58689
Anatomical terminology
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The inner limiting membrane is the boundary between the retina and the vitreous body, formed by astrocytes and the end feet of Müller cells. It is separated from the vitreous humor by a basal lamina.

External links

  • Histology image: 07902loa – Histology Learning System at Boston University

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