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Foreign Object In The Eye Near Me
Increased importance: All the air being breathed is vented into the left lung, which is physically separated from the right side. The first concern is that the right sided obstruction does not move into the left side also, or cause total tracheal obstruction. Place the patient on his or her right side with the left side up. While no oxygen is getting to the right side, deoxygenation will occur. ...Read more
For 24 hours, I have a foreign body/dust in eye feeling in my left eye. Uncomfortable to blink or move eye. I can't see anything wrong. Is it dry eye or dust from living in big city?
What can cause streaky vision? When objects move across my field of vision i see a trail of the object, especially in high contrast areas.
Eye irritation: The question to be addressed is what is causing the irritation you are experiencing. An ophthalmologist can address this issue. ...Read more
I have an astigmatism in both eyes, would putting the right eye contact in the left eye be harmful?
No: No, but it would not provide optinal visual acquity either. ...Read more
Can an optometrist remove an slightly embedded spec of dirt from the sclera of the eye--gives an scatchy feeling?
Yes: Probably any procedure such as this should be done by an ophthalmologist which can be done as an office procedure in a moment. Foreign specks either stick to the cornea or to the conjunctiva under the upper lid. The sclera is covered with a layer of tissue and so a speck such as you describe is not on the sclera directly. ...Read more
I have a small jelly-like white lump in the corner of my eye closest to the nose, on the sclera, it doesn't move with the eye, it stays in the corner?
If I put eye drop on the corner of my eyes while closing my eyes than open to let the eye drop in, will it affects the effectiveness of the eye drop?
No: That is an acceptable way to put eye drops in and many people do this. ...Read more
If the eyelid is closed, could the aqueous humor press onto or into the iris resulting in injury?
No: Aqueous surrounds the iris from front and back. Elevation of the internal eye pressure which is not much from the eyelids, is equalized and will cause no harm. A blow to the eye can send a shock wave through the aqueous which can damage the iris muscle and cause some degree of permanent dilation. ...Read more
I have a sore eye when I blink. The lower left lid has a small bubble in the corner away from tear duct. There's redness around that area?
Stye: An eye Dr can scrape it away. Meanwhile you should apply hot soaks. When it drains it will heal and feel better. ...Read more
Can we view the whole human Ear canal (from the opening to the ear drum) from our naked eye with the help of a flash light.(without using an otoscope)?
Gets removed: Most ocular foreign bodies are actually "on" the eye, not "in" the eye, and are removed in the office with eyedrop anesthesia. More rarely, a rapidly moving foreign object will penetrate the wall of the eye, cornea or sclera, and ends up inside. In almost all cases, this will need to be urgently removed with a surgical procedure. The prognosis for recovery depends on the nature of the injury. ...Read more
Inner left eye is painful to the touch and when blinking near the tear duct. I'm getting over a sinus cold. Any connection? Suggestions?
Most likely...: If you are suffering of an upper respiratory tract infection the possibility of getting symptoms in any part of your upper respiratory area( throat, ears, eyes, sinus..)might develop a secondary infection.This sounds it might be a stye so try to use warm compresses three times a day, drink plenty of fluids and rest during this season of illness. If worse or no improvement after a week see your dr. ...Read more
Rinse: Try using your contact lens solution (if it is an 'all in one') to rinse out the lens. If that does not work, you may need to come to the eye doctor and have them find and remove it. Occasionally, we see patients who actually do not have the lens still in, but the eye is irritated from the attempts to remove it! ...Read more
Displaced lens from cataract surgery. I can see the lens (black circle floating in lower eyeball. Is it anterior or posterior?
Posterior: displaced lenses are almost always posteriorGet a more detailed answer ›
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