Small Spots On The Eyelid?
I have a small bump on my upper eyelid 4. Under my eyes 5. It’s rich in flesh. What are warts ?? How to eliminate them
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Regarding the bumps around the eyes can be distinguished whether the lumps are similar to the skin or different from the skin. Where is this so that the tissue origin of the lump can be distinguished. Some things that might happen are
1. Kalazion is a lump around the eyelid with an appearance similar to the skin. Usually measuring about 0.5 cm and occurs due to blockage of the eye glands. Usually the lump is painless and does not appear red. But what is disturbing is the aesthetics because sometimes these lumps appear.
2. Xanthelasma is a lump with a more even appearance but widened around the eye area. This is related to the buildup of fatty tissue so that it is usually found in people with high cholesterol levels. Usually the lump extends about 1 cm and has a slightly yellowish color compared to the surrounding skin.
3. Hordoelum or lumps that are usually in the form of inflammation so that the red feels painful. This happens because of an infection of the tear duct by bacteria. Usually the lump is around 0.5 cm which looks red.
To ensure your condition you should consult a doctor specifically an ophthalmologist. So that further examination and treatment can be done. To get rid of it permanently, action is usually needed by an ophthalmologist to help clear the blockage in the kalazion or hordeolum, which has improved inflammation. Or a small surgery to remove tissue in xanthelasma.
Some things that should be done are
1. Maintain eye health and hygiene by not rubbing the eyes
2. If you want to hold eyes should wash your hands first
3. Avoid direct exposure to the roof or dust by using eye protection or glasses.
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