Periscleral lymph space

The periscleral lymph space or episcleral space of the eye is the space between the outer surface of the sclera and the inner surface of the capsule of Tenon. It is continuous with the subdural and subarachnoid spaces, and is traversed by fine bands of connective tissue.

Periscleral lymph space
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The right eye in sagittal section, showing the periscleral lymph space, crossed by thin fibers of connective tissue (in pink) connecting the capsule of Ténon (in pink) with the sclera (in white).
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Latinspatium episclerale
Anatomical terminology

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