A horizontal cell is a specialized optical neuron. The horizontal cells in the outer part of the inner nuclear layer of the retina of the eye have somewhat flattened cell bodies. The dendrites of these cells divide into many branches in the outer layer, and the axons run horizontally for a distance before branching out in the same layer.
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