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Can eye drops to dilate pupils cause blue sclera?

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Dr. Benjamin Chun
Ophthalmology

In brief: No

Dilating drops are not known to cause changes in color of sclera.

In brief: No

Dilating drops are not known to cause changes in color of sclera.
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology

In brief: No

Blue sclera is a thinning of the sclera allowing the underlying dark uvea to give a bluish hue to the scleral surface.
It appears in several hereditary illnesses and after some types of trauma. Eyedrops of any kind cannot cause it.

In brief: No

Blue sclera is a thinning of the sclera allowing the underlying dark uvea to give a bluish hue to the scleral surface.
It appears in several hereditary illnesses and after some types of trauma. Eyedrops of any kind cannot cause it.
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