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Conditions
Hyphema
Hyphema is the collection of blood in the anterior chamber of the eye, the space between the cornea and the iris, caused by bleeding or a broken blood vessel in the eye. The number of accumulated blood grades the severity of the hyphema: Grade 0 (microhyphema): Collection of blood is not visible but microscopic examination...
Eye Herpes
Eye herpes or ocular herpes is a viral eye infection caused by type 1 herpes simplex virus (HSV-1) that also causes cold sores surrounding the mouth and lips. Frequently, eye herpes affects the cornea of the eye (herpes keratitis). Eye herpes also affects the superficial cells of the cornea (epithelial herpes keratitis) and the main...
Corneal Ulcer
A corneal ulcer is a painful red eye accompanied by mild to heavy eye discharge and diminished vision. This is caused by an infection to the cornea with abscess. Corneal Ulcer Causes The common cause of corneal ulcers is bacterial infection that affects the cornea after an eye injury or trauma. Wearing contact lenses makes...
Yellow Eyes
The sclera of the eyes should always look white. If there is any change in color such as becoming red or yellow, it could be a sign of an underlying condition. Conjunctival or scleral icterus is a type of eye discoloration which turns the sclera to yellow. Yellow eyes are commonly a symptom of jaundice,...
Snow Blindness
Despite being painful and having temporary vision loss, snow blindness is totally preventable. This condition is caused by overexposure to the UV rays from the sun. Photokeratitis is the medical term for snow blindness. Basically, snow blindness is a sunburned eye or more specifically, a sunburned cornea. Usually, by the time you feel any symptoms...
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