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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
Line around iris: The line around your iris may be iris pigmentation variation or corneal issues. This may be completely normal/developmental related or it could be related to aging/disease. It does not sound like anything to be concerned about but i would see an eye doctor to be sure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ring around iris.: Most likely the "ring" in in the cornea and represents a deposition of lipid which is very common as we get older, it has been named " arcus senilis". However there are other pathological states principally affecting the liver that may cause such ring, example being the keyser-fleisher ring, a deposition of copper in the cornea. It is commonly seen in wilson's disease and obstructive liver disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Repair possible: Irises do not spontaneously heal. If torn in a way that the iris looks bad, or admits light in a peculiar way, surgical repair is possible to suture the edges together and make a more normal iris. Sometimes the iris loses some or all of its structure and there are now synthetic irises that can replace the natural iris. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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