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... Hi, this is my first post. Desperately looking for anwsers regarding the problems my wife is having with her eyes. ... (0 replies)
... if so will try the Tears Natural. He sd to use them every day. Sd the biopsy he took of the growth on the eye was pre cancer but was ok. ... (17 replies)
... year I've been struggling with a big problem. Let me take it from the beginning. ... (8 replies)

... The retina is the light sensitive zone at the back of the eye and is normally only visible to an ophthalmologist using special instruments to look inside the eye through a dilated pupil. ... (15 replies)
... First things first. You probably know that the Health Professionals at WebMD do not dispense medical advice or render clinical diagnoses. ... (20 replies)
... Like a raised freckle on the skin, a nevus can occur inside the eye. And, like a skin nevus, a choroidal freckle can become malignant, so should be closely monitored. ... (20 replies)
... The retina has one of the highest demands for oxygen per square millimeter of any tissue in the body. To satisfy this high demand for oxygen, the retina sits on top of a very vascular membrane known as the choroid. The choroid contains pigment cells. ... (20 replies)
... my husband had a recent scare the drs thought he had a detatched retina and after performing many different dye test including a mra of the eye it was concluded that it is growth development what is that :bouncing: :wave: :eek: (0 replies)
... Machaon, my surgery was 'conventional.' Everything from the procedure itself to the recovery was a BIG nuthin'. Absolutely nothing to fear. The greatest discomfort of the whole shebang was when they stuck me for the IV before the procedure. ... (8 replies)
... I am 19. Last week i started having a feeling of a foreign thing in my eye whenever I closed it. I realized its this thing that looks like growth from the top left corner right outside my iris. It looks like a tiny bit is encroached in my iris. ... (0 replies)
... I went to an ophthalmologist three months ago. He first asked me if I am a frequent wearer of contacts because of the blood vessel growth on my right eye. I have never worn contacts in my life. ... (0 replies)
... I have had about 3 Styes in my life all quite recently but I have now noticed an extremely weird shaped growth underneath the lower eye lid, I was wondering if anybody knew what it was? ... (0 replies)
... Hi Strongbow, so sorry to hear about your frustration and lost of confidence in doctors. I have a few questions for you in order to understand better your ordeal. ... (8 replies)
... red growth on the white part of the eye. When it is irritated it will get red. If this is what you have you should really start to were sunglasses. The only way to remove it is by surgery where they use a transplant from the upper eyelid or amoniotic meimbrane. ... (4 replies)
... my sister has sore eyes for 2 weeks already. the doctor gave her medication, but it didn't get better. now doc advised she has got a serious case of conjunctivitis resulting in growth of membrane. the membrane caused abrasion and scratched the corneal. ... (0 replies)
... I have a small growth in the upper eyelashes on one eye. ... (2 replies)
... I recently got tested in my eyes, they looked into the back of my eyes at a hospitol and said there was no problems, my vision is ok, slightly deteriated and the jelly in my eye is turning into water slightly but my vision is OK. i do have floaters still and white dots ocuring. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Holland...well you said your laser surgeon told you you have sun damage in your eyes...I'm assuming that's in the form of Pingecula or Pteryguim. These are synonymous terms except for Pteryguim means the sun damage or Pingecula is covering the cornea...sometimes affecting vision. ... (8 replies)
... No, cataracts aren't somewhat common for infants. The wording suggests the risk would be during surgery, not later, but I'm not sure. ... (16 replies)
... search the net and you'll find thousands of references. They are indeed caused by dryness and sun damage, and are very common. The redness is due to inflammation. I have them in both eyes, but only the left was inflamed at one point. ... (7 replies)


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