The canal of the sclero-corneal junction. Irregular space or spaces in the sclerocorneal region of the eye. It receives the aqueous humor from the anterior chamber of the eye.
- F. Schlemm:
Arteriarum capitis superficialum icon nova. Berlin, 1830.
In this work Schlemm also reports his discovery of the corneal nerves.
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