Lockwood ligament

sus·pen·so·ry lig·a·ment of eye·ball

[TA]
a thickening of the inferior part of the bulbar sheath that supports the eye within the orbit; it extends between the lateral and medial orbital margins and includes the medial and lateral check ligaments.

Lockwood ligament

(lok′wud″)
[Charles B. Lockwood, Brit. surgeon, 1856–1914]
The suspensory ligament of the lens of the eye.

Lockwood,

Charles B., English anatomist and surgeon, 1858-1914.
ligament of Lockwood - Synonym(s): suspensory ligament of eyeball
Lockwood clamp
Lockwood forceps
Lockwood ligament - Synonym(s): suspensory ligament of eyeball
Lockwood tendon