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    Graph showing the distribution of the distance between the peripapillary arterial circle of Zinn-Haller and the peripapillary ring in relation to axial length.

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    <p>Graph showing the distribution of the distance between the peripapillary arterial circle of Zinn-Haller and the peripapillary ring in relation to axial length.</p

    Scatterplot showing the correlation between the thickness of the peripapillary scleral flange and the central lamina cribrosa thickness in adult human non-glaucomatous eyes (<i>P</i>β€Š=β€Š0.03; correlation coefficient: 0.23); equation of the regression line: Central Lamina Cribrosa Thickness (um)β€Š=β€Š263Γ—(Thickness of the Peripapillary Scleral Flange (mm))+303 um.

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    <p>Scatterplot showing the correlation between the thickness of the peripapillary scleral flange and the central lamina cribrosa thickness in adult human non-glaucomatous eyes (<i>P</i>β€Š=β€Š0.03; correlation coefficient: 0.23); equation of the regression line: Central Lamina Cribrosa Thickness (um)β€Š=β€Š263Γ—(Thickness of the Peripapillary Scleral Flange (mm))+303 um.</p

    Correlations between axial length and scleral thickness measurements obtained in different regions of the eye in non-axially elongated eyes.

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    <p>Correlations between axial length and scleral thickness measurements obtained in different regions of the eye in non-axially elongated eyes.</p

    Histophotograph showing the optic nerve head of a non-highly myopic eyes with the peripapillary arterial circle of Zinn-Haller (red arrows), located at the merging point of the dura mater (black arrows) with the scleral at the end of the peripapillary scleral flange (between green arrows), the pia mater (yellow arrows), and the peripapillary ring (white arrows).

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    <p>Histophotograph showing the optic nerve head of a non-highly myopic eyes with the peripapillary arterial circle of Zinn-Haller (red arrows), located at the merging point of the dura mater (black arrows) with the scleral at the end of the peripapillary scleral flange (between green arrows), the pia mater (yellow arrows), and the peripapillary ring (white arrows).</p

    Measurements of the scleral cross sectional area (mm<sup>2</sup>) and estimated scleral volume (mm<sup>3</sup>).

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    <p>Measurements of the scleral cross sectional area (mm<sup>2</sup>) and estimated scleral volume (mm<sup>3</sup>).</p

    Graph showing the distribution of the distance between the peripapillary arterial circle of Zinn-Haller (ZHAC) and the inner scleral surface in relation to axial length.

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    <p>Graph showing the distribution of the distance between the peripapillary arterial circle of Zinn-Haller (ZHAC) and the inner scleral surface in relation to axial length.</p

    Scleral Thickness at Different Measurement Points in Human Enucleated Eyes.

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    <p>Scleral Thickness at Different Measurement Points in Human Enucleated Eyes.</p

    Histo-photograph showing the location of the scleral thickness measurement (between the two red arrows) at the merging point of dura mater with the posterior sclera.

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    <p>Histo-photograph showing the location of the scleral thickness measurement (between the two red arrows) at the merging point of dura mater with the posterior sclera.</p

    Scleral Thickness Measurements (mm) (Mean Β± Standard Deviation; Range) Obtained in Various Regions of Human Eyes with and without Absolute Secondary Angle-Closure Glaucoma.

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    <p><i>P</i>-Value: Statistical significance of the difference between the axially elongated group and the non-axially elongated group (Mann-Whitney-U-test for unpaired samples).</p><p>Axial elongation was defined as an axial length of the fixated human globes of >26 mm.</p

    Photograph showing the measurement points of scleral thickness.

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    <p>Photograph showing the measurement points of scleral thickness.</p
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