Conjunctiva

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Overview


The conjunctiva is a thin membrane covering the sclera (“white of the eye”) and inner surface of the eyelids. It keeps the front surface of the eye moist and protects the eye from harmful organisms (dust, debris, chemicals etc.) and from external injury.