scleral rigidity

scle·ral ri·gid·i·ty

the resistance of the eye to changes in shape with changes in intraocular pressure.
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Evidence has been presented previously to support the view that the concept of corneo- scleral rigidity should be largely, if not completely, replaced by variations in ocular volume or, more accurately, variations in surface area of the corneoscleral envelope.