СТРУКТУРА СЕТЧАТКИ ГЛАЗА ЧЕЛОВЕКА: КЛАССИЧЕСКИЕ И СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ДАННЫЕ

© 2019 г. С. В. Алексеенко

Институт физиологии им. И.П. Павлова Российской академии наук, 199034 Санкт-Петербург, наб. Макарова, д. 6, Россия
binocularity@yandex.ru

Поступила в редакцию 25.02.2019 г.

Представлен краткий обзор имеющихся к настоящему времени данных о сетчатке глаза человека. Приведены классические сведения об общей структуре и клеточном составе этого первого нейронного отдела зрительной системы, а также данные, полученные при использовании новых усовершенствованных методик исследований, которые существенно обогатили и детализировали имевшиеся ранее представления о сетчатке.

Ключевые слова: человек и приматы, морфология сетчатки, типы клеток

DOI: 10.1134/S0235009219040024

Цитирование для раздела "Список литературы": Алексеенко С. В. Структура сетчатки глаза человека: классические и современные данные. Сенсорные системы. 2019. Т. 33. № 4. С. 269-286. doi: 10.1134/S0235009219040024
Цитирование для раздела "References": Alekseenko S. V. Struktura setchatki glaza cheloveka: klassicheskie i sovremennye dannye [The structure of the human retina: classical and modern data]. Sensornye sistemy [Sensory systems]. 2019. V. 33(4). P. 269-286 (in Russian). doi: 10.1134/S0235009219040024

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