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What Does Not For Ophthalmic Use Mean
Question about bump in eye have had a bump in eye for almost a year and a half. Does not hurt and has had hardly any growth or change..If any. It's very firm.. Almost feels like a piece of rice. Have another smaller version in the same eye.. And 2 in the
These : These bumps are called chalazion and they are there as a result of blocked oil glands that open along the eyelash margin. If the bump was tender and red, then hot compresses would be helpful. As it is, the only treatment at this point is to consider surgical evacuation of the bumps by an ophthalmologist. I would advise a daily regimen in the future of warm compresses in the evening before bed for 4 minutes and trying a supplement called flaxseed oil once a day. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Magnet : Mri is highly sensitive imaging tool for soft tissue pathology. In ophthalmology, it is often used to diagnose orbital/sinus tumors, abscesses, or foreign bodies. The magnet is used to excite hydrogen atoms in soft tissue which then emit a certain frequency that is converted to an image. The physics gets very complicated, but that is the gist of it. ...Read more
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