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Sclera (Definition)

The sclera is the white hard covering of the eye. It creates the actual "eye ball" and is made out of dense connective tissue. The conjunctiva is a thin, clear ...Read more


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What happens if you tear your sclera?

What happens if you tear your sclera?

Tear of sclera: minor tears will heal . watch out for infection follow up with opthamolgist and large and deep lacerations may need repair ...Read more

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What causes a white outgrowth on the sclera?

Scleral growth: Your description could quite a few different things. The most common would be a pinguecula which is a benign growth related to uv exposure. It could also be a precancerous or cancerous lesion so you need to have the lesion evaluated by an eye doctor. ...Read more

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What are the causes of a sclera to turn black?

What are the causes of a sclera to turn black?

Abnormal: The most dangerous thing would be melanoma. This deadly cancer can cause the sclera to turn black. ...Read more

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I would like a prescription 4 sclera clearing ?

I would like a prescription 4 sclera clearing
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See eye MD: You should see an eye md if your sclera is discolored. There may be something serious or if not there may be something you can do about it. ...Read more

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Do sclera get red with high bp?

Do sclera get red with high bp?

No: Very high blood pressure can be seen in the retinal blood vessels, but most high blood pressure causes no ocular manifestations. ...Read more

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My daughter has blue sclera. Why?

Normal: Depending on age, sclera can be kinda thin, so underlying tissue shows through. Nevus of ota is another syndrome- needs to be evaluated by ophthalmologist. Other rare diseases can also cause blue sclera. ...Read more

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Causes of blue sclera in infancy?

Blue sclera: This implies that the sclera is thinner in that area and the underling pigment layer of the eye is somewhat visible. With development this usually disappears. ...Read more

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What causes a blue sclera in infants?

What causes a blue sclera in infants?

Vessles: The thinness of the layers of the eye allow the hue of the blood vessels below to be seen and therefore the blue sclera. ...Read more

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What leads to blue sclera in infants?

What leads to blue sclera in infants?

Normal: A blue tint to the sclera in infants is normal and is caused by the seeing the underlying dark choroid tissue through the thin sclera of the child. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more