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Select the option with incorrect identification:

Options

  • 2 - Cornea, 4 - Vitreous, 9 - Optic nerve

  • 4 -Aqueous chamber, 6 - Retina, 7 - Fovea

  • 5 - Iris, 8 - Blind spot, 10 - Choroid

  • 3 - Ciliary body, 11 - Sclera

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Solution

4 -Aqueous chamber, 6 - Retina, 7 - Fovea

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