The macula is a tiny area of the retina at the back of the eye. It is only around 4mm long but it is responsible for all of our central vision, most of our color vision and the fine detail of what we see. This is because the macula has a very high concentration of photoreceptor cells, also called ‘rods and cones’ which detect light and send images to the brain.
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