|Drains from||Schlemm's canal|
|Drains to||Anterior ciliary veins|
The intrascleral plexus is the network of blood vessels within the substance of the sclera. Blood enters from the small connecting channels from Schlemm's canal; it exits through superficial vessels, then passing it on to the anterior ciliary veins.
- "eye, human."Encyclopædia Britannica from Encyclopædia Britannica 2006 Ultimate Reference Suite DVD 2009
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