Optic Part of Retina

The optic part of the retina is the central region of the retina. It is a yellowish spot called the macula lutea. It has a depression in its center called the fovea centralis. This depression is the region of the retina that produces the sharpest vision. This portion of the retina has differing thicknesses at different areas. It is thinner at the macula lutea and usually thickest at the lamina cribrosa, Continue Scrolling To Read More Below...