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What are common symptoms of chemical eye burns?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Pain, light sensitiv
Most chemical burns to the eye are painful and cause immediate damage with astounding firing of the nerves on the surface of the eye.
A few, like lye, may not be nearly as painful but are in fact among the most serious. If untreated, the pain can worsen, the cornea turn opaque and vision seriously threatened.

In brief: Pain, light sensitiv
Most chemical burns to the eye are painful and cause immediate damage with astounding firing of the nerves on the surface of the eye.
A few, like lye, may not be nearly as painful but are in fact among the most serious. If untreated, the pain can worsen, the cornea turn opaque and vision seriously threatened.
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