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Cholesterol: The gray ring around the edge of the colored part is cholesterol deposits. Get your cholesterol checked. ...Read more
Can some 1 guide me, I have a white spot in my sclera too close to cornea /iris and its growing and moving towards vision.What shall i do?
Should be examined: The most likely diagnosis is a pinguecula, which is very common and related to sun and environmental exposures. Pterygium is another possibility--these can grow over the cornea, but are not malignant. Lymphoma and carcinoma in situ rarely present in this manner. You should be checked by an ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a growth inside of my pupil. It appears to be tugging at my iris, pulling it into my pupil. It is NOT growing from my sclera. What can it be?
Please see an: Ophthalmologist. I won't try to guess about what it is. ...Read more
Can you grow a wort in the eye? I have a spot on the edge of the iris. And some worts popping up on face.
A white/yellow bump on left eye, on white part & slightly distorting iris for yrs.Opticians say it's common.No probs so far..Do they grow,cause probs?
Pingueculum : Your eye doc was likely referring to a yellowishish lesion adjacent to the cornea located on the conjunctiva Primarily at 3 & 9 o'clock positions, that represents elastic tissue changes with aging (solar elastosis). Often these small bumps are slightly raised & asymptomatic. They can get irritated. Artificial tears and sunglasses for protection advisabl &. If chronic irritation, may ---pterygium. ...Read more
Light control: The iris, a circular (donut shaped) muscular ring of tissue in the front of the eye, opens and closes in response to the degree of outside light. It also functions as a portion of the focusing capacity of the eye. It's other role is as a part of your allure given its color and structure. ...Read more
Multicolored iris: It's very common for people to have variable colors in their iris. Uncommonly , the change in colors can be due to a mole on your iris. If the colors appear to be changing over time, it's important to have your ophthalmologist evaluate this further. ...Read more