In the human eye, Purkinje-Sanson images are three reflectd images of an object consisting of a reflection from the outer surface of the cornea, a reflection from the inner surface of the cornea e and a reflection for the outer surface of the lens.

PURKINJC-SANSON IMAGES: "Purkinje-Sanson images are named after Jan Purkyne' and Louis Sanson."
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