Ability to read medically technical scripts in an informative manner.
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
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the corneal epithelium is a thin layer of fast growing and easily regenerated tissue. Kept moist by tears. The epithelium absorbs oxygen and sell nutrients from tears and then distributes these nutrients to the rest of the cornea. The part of the epithelium that serves as the foundation on which the epithelial cells anchor and organize themselves is called the basil membrane. The Bowman's membrane is a transparent sheet of tissue composed of strong, layered protein fibres called college. In the corneal, Strama accounts for 90% of the corneas thickness, consisting primarily of water, 78% and college in 16%. Collagen gives the cornea it's strength, elasticity and form. Collagen is unique. Shape, arrangement and spacing are essential in making the cornea transparent.