The Growth Of Tissue Membranes In The Black Eyeball?
Hello, I am 25 years old, I want to ask my right eye, there is a membrane from the inside of the eye and now it has entered a little bit in the black part, it’s been a long time but it hasn’t been checked by a doctor, my eyes are often watery stinging, sometimes I suddenly run away when I see that, it hurts, itches, then I use the lens, then when I use it, it feels like my close friends are distant, then my head hurts, sometimes it runs away, what is the solution, hmm? My eyes, why? Thank you …
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Pterygium is the growth of connective tissue membranes and blood vessels that are triangular in shape and grow from the direction of the conjunctiva to the cornea. Symptoms such as discomfort in the eye, or irritation and redness in the eye. If the pteregium is enlarged and extends to the pupillary area it can interfere with vision.
The cause of pterygium is suspected to be due to an irritative reaction due to ultraviolet light, drying, and a windy environment. Treatment for pterygium depends on the degree of pterygium from the physical examination of the eye. In mild degrees it is sufficient to avoid dust, sunlight, use of anti-UV glasses when outdoor activities, as well as giving
eye drops reduce the symptoms of red eye and irritation. Surgical procedures through several methods performed on severe pterygium because it has disturbed the patient's vision.
Carry out further consultations with an ophthalmologist for further examination and subsequent treatment plans.
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