Anatomy Of The Ciliary Ganglion

The ciliary ganglion is an important “relay” structure in the parasympathetic component of the autonomic nervous system supplying the globe, playing a key role in accommodation and pupil reflexes. The ganglion, which is approximately the size of a pin head, lies posteriorly in the orbital cavity between the optic nerve and lateral rectus muscle.

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