The Surface Of The Eye Has White Patches To Blurry Vision?
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Complaints of the appearance of white patches on the surface of the eye can refer to several underlying causes, such as:
Pterygium, which is the growth of a white membrane on the surface of the eyeball due to several factors, such as exposure to sunlight, dust, smoke, or dry eyes. Pterygium can cause symptoms such as red eyes, itching and burning, blurred vision, and pinguecula, which is an overgrowth of cells in the conjunctiva, which forms a triangle, yellow in color and is located near the cornea. In general, pinguecula only causes discomfort, but when inflamed it can cause keratitis, which is inflammation of the cornea due to injury or infection. Some people with keratitis can form scar tissue on the cornea, reducing vision. Vitamin A deficiency or deficiency can cause Bitot's spots. To find out the underlying cause, it is necessary to do a direct examination. Therefore, you should consult a doctor for more in-depth information and a direct physical examination as well as special eye examinations such as a visual acuity test, fluorescein test, or a retinal condition test with retinoscopy. In addition, there are several other things you can do besides going to the doctor, such as:
Use sunglasses during the day to protect your eyes from UV rays and dust Avoid rubbing your eyes Avoid touching the whites of your eyes Increase consumption of nutritious and nutritious foods Reduce exposure to air conditioning or direct wind on your eyes. Hope it is useful.
dr. Thoriqotil H.M.