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Benign conjunctival nevi are common and usually develop during the first decade of life. PAM, or Primary Acquired Melanosis, typically develops in middle-aged or elderly white patients. It is almost always unilateral flat indistinct areas of conjunctival pigmentation. PAM may remain stable for years or possibly undergo color changes or even a malignant transformation. changes in conjunctival pigment must be carefully evaluated to exclude the possibility of malignant melanoma of the conjunctiva. malignancies can arise from the acquired melanosis above, or a nevus, or without a precursor. Such an uncommon mass is most common in middle-aged to elderly patients. The lesion may be vascularized with dilated vessels feeding the tumor. However, the only way to be certain is to have a careful examination by an ophthalmologist
If you want to make your eyes look bruised, you could do the makeup to get this effect. You could use the eye shadow with green and blue colors. Then you just brush the eye shadow around your eyes. Many actors just use this way to make the bruised eyes. In a word, you could try this on and then see the effect.
In your case, it may be conjunctivitis or keratitis that lead to the bump in the corner of your eyes. Remember not to rub the bump in your eyes with your fingers even if the eyes are really itchy or painful. You had better go to the doctor's for an eye examination as soon as possible so as to find out the exact cause of your eye bump and take the correspondent treatment. Besides, pay attention to your personal eye hygiene, and do not share your towel, washbasin and so on with others in case of infection. And do not overuse your eyes. Eat more vegetables and fruits to supplement vitamins to your eyes.
Yeah,sneezing can cause retinal detachment.Before I give the reason, we need to know what is retinal. The retina is a clear, thin light sensitive tissue in the back of the eye. It is made up of layers of nerve cells that arrive from the optic nerve through the back of the eye. The fibers spread out from the center of the optic nerve in every direction (kind of like the leaves in a sunflower spread out from the center of the sunflower) and it is these fibers, one on top of another, that make the retina. The retina is firmly attached to the back of the eye in very few places; most of the retina is "tacked" down only by the pressure inside of the eye. Because it is thin and pliable and because it is not firmly in place, it is susceptible to having tears and holes, and these defects can cause the thin tissue of the retina to pull off the back of the eye. This is termed "detachment".so a sneeze, cough or quickly standing up or bending over can stimulate the retina to detach. This is a example of Valsalva, where pressure exerted behind the eye (sinuses) pushes forward enough to affect the retina.
Yes, your blurry vision may be caused by seasonal allergy. The seasonal allergy may cause you to get dryness of the eyes. Your eyes may get red. The more serious problem is that you get the blurry vision. You need to have the good rest for the eyes. Then you could also use the warm compress to release the symptom.
It is not normal to have red veins in your eyes which mean there is something wrong with your eyes. You could find that your eyes will not feel comfortable. Your red veins may be caused by the lots of use of eyes in front of the computers or other electric products. You'd better use some eye drops to release the symptom.
I have eye floaters for about a year. But in recently, I find eye floaters increased. Can you tell me what causes the excessive eye floaters? Usually the eye floaters will be caused by the eyes infection because of the coming invisible bacterium. If you are in the bad environment with the dust everywhere, you may get the eye floaters easily. However sitting in front of the computers for a long time will also make you get the eye floaters because of the radiation from the screen. In addition, the food allergy will also cause you to have the eye floaters too. You need to pay attention to these. If you have the eye floaters, you need to use something to treat it. You need to use the eye drops with anti-inflammation first to get rid of the bacterium in the eyes. At the same time, your eyes will be bright. You could also find the clean cloth and hot water to do the warm compress which could be useful and effective. You need to pay attention to the diet too. Food with vitamin C will be helpful for your eye floaters.
Yeah, of course. Actually, there will be a repair kit when you buy your glasses. If not, you can take your eyeglasses to the eyeglasses store to replace it. Hope this helpful.
Well, yes, it is possible to have burning eyes when you suffer diabetes. And according to some researches, there are some common symptoms which can occur, when you have diabetes. For example, eye floaters will be possible for diabetes sufferers. Also, burning eye is another one. By the way, in some cases, itchy eyes can be possible too. For burning eyes, you can just get a soft cloth with cool milk, and then put the cloth under your eyes. In that way, it will be effective. Also, you can have some cold compresses, and put some cool ice or cool cucumbers on your eyes. Of course, eating a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables which provide lots of antioxidants, especially vitamins A and C a will do a good job to your symptom. Anyway, just have a try.
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