Brown Patches On The Whites Of The Old Eyeball?
Good evening, I want to ask about the eyes of my mother, who is 46 years old. In the white part of the eyeball there are brown round spots from the old sudahan. Is it okay?
Hello Anindyasepta, thank you for asking.
In the eyeball, sometimes there are spots. Spots can be blackish brown, yellowish white, or slightly pink. Generally, if vision problems do not occur, then the spots are not dangerous. Spots can be a buildup of pigment cells, a buildup of fat cells, or excess connective tissue. Spots can disappear gradually or persistently. As long as the spots don't give any symptoms, it's most likely harmless. However, if your mother is in doubt and worried, your mother can consult directly with an eye doctor. The doctor will do a detailed examination and determine the condition of your mother.
Thus my brief explanation. Hope you are helped. Regards.