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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.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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