Head/eye injuries - what steps should I take to treat them?

See doctor! What you are asking depends on severity, extent, location.... Far too broad of a question o be able to answer in a meaningful way!

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How would an eye injury from paintball be treated?

Derpends on Injury. Blunt trauma, such as being struck with a paintball, can run the range from minor to severe. Minor problems include small corneal abrasions, mild intraocular inflammation, and swollen lids. More severe injuries include intraocular bleeding, retinal detachment, or a rupture of the eyeball itself. Treatment can be anything from observation, to drops, to surgery if necessary. Read more...

Is it bad to take to many tylenols (acetaminophen) if you had an eye injury with some blood in the eyeball?

No. Tylenol (acetaminophen) should be safe in this setting. Avoiding Aspirin or anti-inflammatories which can promote bleeding would be a wise precaution. Maximum tylenol (acetaminophen) dosing of 2 extra strength every 6 hours, max. 3 grams/day. Read more...

Is eye transplant a possibility for blindness due to head trauma/eye injury?

No. The eye from the retina back to the lateral geniculate and back to the visual cortex is brain tissue. Central nervous system tissue does not regenerate or heal so a complete eye transplant is not possible. Read more...

Is eye transplant possible for blindness due to head trauma or eye injury?

Not quite yet... We're getting better but if the brain's visual centers are damaged or the optic nerve is destroyed there currently is no method for repair. If the injury is limited to the retina only - the possibility of a retinal implant theoretically exists. We've still got a long wait for this capability. Read more...
Unfortunately no. Although we are making strides in tissue transplant techniques and stem cell therapy, we have not advanced to the point of whole eye transplant. The optic nerve, would need to connect its 1.5 million axons (the "wires" of the nerves) with the brain in a way that cannot currently be done. The cornea (front window) can be transplanted in cases of severe scarring from trauma. Read more...
Not yet...but soon. An entire eye transplant is still in the relm of science fiction but researchers at several centers including stanford university and jules stein eye center are working on an artificial retina that can be implanted inside the eye and transmits information to the brain. In addition, stem cell transplants are showing promise and have been performed on patients with retinal diseases and injuries. Read more...

Can eye injury cause sties?

Unlikely. I believe you mean "styes"? These inflammatory lesions originate from oil glands on the margin of lids called meibomian glands. Rarely, scarring of the lids may disturb the lipid flow and lead to styes. Blepharitis is the most common cause of styes. Read more...
No. Styes are due to changes in the glands of the skin especially at the base of the eyelashes. Injury will not cause you to get more. Read more...