External limiting membrane
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|External limiting membrane|
|Latin||membrana limitans externa|
The external limiting membrane (or outer limiting membrane) is one of the ten distinct layers of the retina of the eye. It has a network-like structure and is situated at the bases of the rods and cones.
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