The eye is the organ with which humans are able to see. Presented here in front view with reddened conjunctiva (conjunctivitis). The eye consists of a lens system and specialized nerve cells that are responsible for the perception of light and color. The stimuli are passed through a cranial nerve (optic nerve) into the brain. The eye is richly supplied with vessels. In addition, muscles are attached to it, which are responsible for movement. During funduscopy, one can look from the outside into the eye with the aid of a small flashlight, and thus see the blood vessels of the retina (A., V. temporalis retinae), the location of the optic nerve (optic disc, blind spot, left lateral) and the yellow spot (macula lutea, fovea, right medial).