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After eye surgery, what is the white booger that builds up at the corner of your eye?

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Dr. Stephen Khachikian
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Prednisolone

Usually this is the white drop (prednisolone/predforte) that leaves some residue behind.
This is ok and will go away when you finish your drops.

In brief: Prednisolone

Usually this is the white drop (prednisolone/predforte) that leaves some residue behind.
This is ok and will go away when you finish your drops.
Dr. Stephen Khachikian
Dr. Stephen Khachikian
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Dr. Thomas Patrianakos
Ophthalmology

In brief: Accumulation of medi

One of the most common eye drop given after eye surgery is a steroid drop called prednisilone acetate.
This drop has a whitish participate which can often accumulate on the corner of the eye.

In brief: Accumulation of medi

One of the most common eye drop given after eye surgery is a steroid drop called prednisilone acetate.
This drop has a whitish participate which can often accumulate on the corner of the eye.
Dr. Thomas Patrianakos
Dr. Thomas Patrianakos
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