Eye - Définition

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Located in the orbital cavity of the skull, the eye is the organ of vision.
Spherical, the eye is divided into two separate cavities that are the anterior chamber and posterior chamber. These two cavities are filled by what is called the aqueous humor, a substance that is used to feed the cornea and travel between the two chambers through the pupil. With commands from the brain to the various muscles and which connect to the orbit, eye perform coordinated relative to the other movements.