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If you are supposed to put eyedrops in the conjunctival sac, where is your conjunctival sac?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
In brief: Eye lining
The term conjunctival sac refers to the space opened when you pull your lower lid down exposing the eye lining.
This creates a sac like are onto which eyedrops can be placed. Once in that space, when you let the lid go, the drops spreads over the whole eye.

In brief: Eye lining
The term conjunctival sac refers to the space opened when you pull your lower lid down exposing the eye lining.
This creates a sac like are onto which eyedrops can be placed. Once in that space, when you let the lid go, the drops spreads over the whole eye.
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