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What causes eye lesions?

What causes eye lesions?

Common lesionss: Are caused by dryness, exposure to the sun, salt air, polluted air . Etc. ...Read more

Dr. Timothy Perozek
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Eye Lesion (Definition)

Eye lesions are clinical findings in which there are any tissue abnormalities in the eye. These may cause ...Read more


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What are bull's eye lesions in the intestine and how are they treated?

Probably not: These vitamins are more related to the retina. Be careful with these vitamins because a and e are stored in the liver and can accumulate. ...Read more

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What to do if a colonoscopy done - my doctor said he found "bulls eye lesions" in the intestine i does anyone know what this is?

What to do if a colonoscopy done - my doctor said he found "bulls eye lesions" in the intestine i does anyone know what this is?

Colonoscopy: Some early crohn's disease lesions look like this and other things. But, this a sign that shows on a barium study. You should ask your doctor what they think it is. ...Read more

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I'm wondering how serious is nerve damage or lesions in the eye?

I'm wondering how serious is nerve damage or lesions in the eye?

See details: Optic nerve damage can be very serious and can cause major visual impairment. The effect of ocular lesion depends on the lesion, . ...Read more

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When you get your eyes dilated can doctor see lesions? when eyes are dilated can you see behind optic nerve?

When you get your eyes dilated can doctor see lesions? when eyes are dilated can you see behind optic nerve?

Yes and No: Yes a dilated eye examination facilitates examining the retina, it's blood vessels, optic nerve, & the vitreous humor. Any abnormalities or lesions will be identified as well. Sometimes mor sophisticated imaging techniques may also be utilized (ultrasound, optical coherence tomography, flourescein angiography). However a dilated exam will not allow viewing behind the eyeball where the optic n exit ...Read more

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Under my eyes I have lesions what are they how to remove?

No way to tell: Impossible to tell without a photograph. In general multiple lesions under the liuds on both sides are benign. You need to see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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What causes itchy lips? But no lesions on mouth sometimes causes itchy face and eyes as well sometimes only lips are itchy sometimes lorritadine helps

What causes itchy lips? But no lesions on mouth sometimes causes itchy face and eyes as well sometimes only lips are itchy sometimes lorritadine helps

Contact allergy: Suggestive of something you are using on your face causing the contact allergy. Only thing against it is that Loratadine helped. Consult dermatologist if the problem remains unsolved. ...Read more

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How does herpes in the eyes look/act, do you get lesions in the eyes, or bumps ? How do doctors test for it?

How does herpes in the eyes look/act, do you get lesions in the eyes, or bumps ? How do doctors test for it?

In many ways.: Herpetic lesions especially involving the eyes is a potentially very serious matter. Go see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible! ...Read more

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I get red blister-type lesions around my eyes and in meibomian glands before a flare of autoimmune disease. Are these associated with any particular d?

I get red blister-type lesions around my eyes and in meibomian glands before a flare of autoimmune disease. Are these associated with any particular d?

Rosacea blepharitis: These could be findings associated with rosacea blepharitis which is associated with the common facial skin condition acne rosacea which is not autoimmune. Lupus (autoimmune) can have a facial rash as part of the symptoms, but red blister type lesions around the eyes sounds different. See a dermatologist and/or ophthalmologist for a closer look. ...Read more

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