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The links below will connect you to information about the many conditions that can affect the adult eye. The most common infection is pink eye (conjunctivitis) and is caused by a virus or bacteria. Injuries to the eye are also frequent. The clear layer that covers the pupil is delicate and damaged easily. Injury can cause a corneal abrasion or corneal erosion, such as from a scratch from a contact lens. Another common problem that affects eyes is styes, which are due to blocked tear ducts. In general, it is advisable to see a physician for any sudden change in vision or onset of pain in the eye.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis Nail polish allergy is often first seen at the eyelid.
Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) This image displays a smooth lesion with small blood vessels on the surface typical of basal cell carcinoma.
Blepharitis The crusty, grainy, or scaly appearance at the base of the eyelashes is the most common finding in blepharitis.
Cataracts The gray, off-white color of the lens in this dilated pupil displays the appearance typical of cataract.
Cellulitis Severe redness and swelling are typical in cellulitis. The skin is usually very warm to the touch.
Common Wart Warts on the face can cause thick scaling.
Contact Lens Solution Toxicity This image shows a reaction to contact lens solution. The prominent blood vessels and redness over the eyelid are…
Corneal Abrasion Small corneal abrasions that can't be seen with the naked eye are easily seen with fluorescent dye, which…
Corneal Foreign Body A small corneal foreign body, as displayed here, may not be seen without close inspection.
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) This image displays eyelids that appear thick and scaly, typical to atopic dermatitis (eczema).
Epidermoid Cyst Epidermoid cysts are lined by skin cells that form a scale that accumulates in the cyst and appears as a creamy…
Flashes and Floaters Floaters often appear as pieces of lint, dust, or debris that float around and are seen best with an azure blue sky…
Milia Milia are small, white cysts commonly seen around the cheeks.
Molluscum Contagiosum This image displays multiple large molluscum lesions on an immunocompromised patient.
Perioral Dermatitis This image displays an affected eye region typical to perioral dermatitis.
Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) This is the most typical appearance of conjunctivitis with redness of the eye and mucoid debris on the eyelashes.
Presbyopia In an eye with presbyopia, the image of what is being viewed falls in back of the eye, necessitating glasses to…
Recurrent Corneal Erosion The irregularity of the cornea demonstrated here is seen both with recurrent corneal abrasion or a new corneal…
Ringworm, Facial (Tinea Faciei) This image displays the outside of an eye area with a circular, scaling, pink patch due to tinea (ringworm).
Rosacea This image displays eyelids with small crusts caused by rosacea.
Seborrheic Dermatitis Seborrheic dermatitis often affects the eyelid or eyebrow regions.
Seborrheic Keratosis This image displays a raised lesion typical of seborrheic keratosis.
Shingles (Zoster) The varicella-zoster virus that causes shingles can cause scarring of the cornea of your eye.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) Squamous cell carcinoma frequently appears on the face, as displayed in this image.
Stye (Hordeolum and Chalazion) A chalazion/stye can occur on the outer angle of the eyelid.
Syringoma This image displays the classic elevations of the skin typical of syringomas.
Vitiligo The loss of pigment from hairs in the eyelash area accentuates the color loss of vitiligo.
Xanthelasma Palpebrarum In xanthelasma, there are yellowish-brown elevated lesions on the skin of the eyelids.
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