Eye Anatomy Directory
The human eye is the organ that gives us the sense of sight to which we see the world around us. The eyes are made up of several structures that allow us to determine what we are seeing. We use our eyes to see colors, shapes, and words in just about every activity that we do like working, reading, watching television, walking through the park, and driving our cars. The anatomy of the eye is what gives us what it is that we see and each part of the eye has a specific function that aids in the process of vision. Learn about the parts of the eye and how each one works to interpret everyday objects.
How the Human Eye Sees
The human eye is an amazing organ. WebMD explains how it works.
Graves' Eye Disease (Graves' Ophthalmopathy)
Graves’ disease, which affects your thyroid gland, also can affect your vision. Find out how and what you can do about it.
5 Ways Diabetes Can Affect Your Eyes & Vision
Learn more from WebMD about the different eye problems that can arise with diabetes, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts.
Eye Injections for Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Here’s what will happen before, during, and after an anti-VEGF injection to treat the “wet” form of age-related macular degeneration (wet AMD).
Slideshows & Images
The Eyes (Human Anatomy): Diagram, Function, Definition, and Eye Problems
WebMD's Eyes Anatomy Pages provide a detailed picture and definition of the human eyes. Learn about their function and problems that can affect the eyes.
Slideshow: What Eye Problems Look Like
What do nearsightedness, farsightedness, or going blind look like? See these views and take an eye test in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors.
Quiz: Eye Fact or Fiction
Do glasses make your eyesight worse? Can carrots help your vision? Take this quiz and show us that you know how to sort eye fiction from fact.
Eye-Q Test: How to Treat Common Injuries
What’s the best way to treat a black eye, a scratched cornea, or other eye injuries? Take this quiz to see how much you know.