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Suspensory Ligament of Eyeball (Left)
Connective Tissue

Suspensory Ligament of Eyeball (Left)

Ligamentum suspensorium bulbi

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Anatomical Relations

The suspensory ligament forms a hammock-like sling underneath the eyeball, between the check ligaments of the medial and lateral rectus muscles. This ligament encloses the inferior rectus and inferior oblique muscles.


The suspensory ligament of the eyeball functions to support the eyeball and prevent downward displacement.

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