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#horrific #medical  A student in Taiwan kept a pair of disposable contact lenses in her eyes for six months and has been left blinded: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2687477/Student-goes-blind-keeping-contact-lenses-six-months-microscopic-bug-EATS-eyeballs.html

Student goes blind after keeping her contact lenses in for six months and microscopic bug EATS her eyeballs

Woman required eye surgery to remove dead tissue after keeping contact lenses in for 6 years; amoeba began attacking her eyes. UM, this is why we don't over wear contacts!

Corneal deterioration in a patient with Peter’s Anomaly. Peter’s Anomaly is a rare genetic disorder, characterized by hazy corneas, that is caused by abnormal development of structures in front of the vitreous humour. The majority of Peter’s Anomaly is sporadic, bilateral, and is associated with other systemic malformations.

malformalady: “ Corneal deterioration in a patient with Peter’s Anomaly. Peter’s Anomaly is a rare genetic disorder, characterized by hazy corneas, that is caused by abnormal development of structures.

Trichiasis, or lashes that go the wrong way

Trichiasis, or lashes that go the wrong way

Aniridia is a congenital, genetic condition describing absence of the iris. A person who has aniridia is born without a fully developed iris. Aniridia is a panocular condition, meaning it usually affects other components of the anatomy of the eye in addition to the iris.  This person has partial aniridia.

Aniridia is a congenital, genetic condition describing absence of the iris. A person who has aniridia is born without a fully developed iris. Aniridia is a panocular condition, meaning it usually affects other components of the anatomy of the eye in addition to the iris. This person has partial aniridia.

Do you have a Pterygium? A Pterygium is a non-cancerous growth on your conjunctiva. Most of the time these are harmless and are caused by excessive sun exposure. If yours is irritating come see Dr.Whipple for a consult for treatment. Call 585-444-EYES ! #Eyes #EnvisionEYE

Do you have a Pterygium? A Pterygium is a non-cancerous growth on your conjunctiva. Most of the time these are harmless and are caused by excessive sun exposure. If yours is irritating come see Dr.Whipple for a consult for treatment.

Iritis with synechia. Iritis - inflammation of the iris. Can cause pain, tearing, blurred vision, small pupil(miosis) and a red congested eye. This patient presents bilateral iritis with a synechia in both eyes. A synechia is adhesion(s) that bind the iris to any adjacent structures.

Iritis - inflammation of the iris. Can cause pain, tearing, blurred vision, small pupil(miosis) and a red congested eye. This patient presents bilateral iritis with a synechia in.

Leukocoria in a child with retinoblastoma. The most common and obvious sign of retinoblastoma is an abnormal appearance of the pupil, leukocoria, also known as amaurotic cat’s eye reflex

Leukocoria in a child with retinoblastoma. The most common and obvious sign of retinoblastoma is an abnormal appearance of the pupil, leukocoria, also known as amaurotic cat’s eye reflex

Wilson’s disease is a disorder that results in the accumulation of too much copper in the body resulting in damage to brain, eyes and kidneys.... http://www.natural-health-news.com/wilsons-disease-copper-storage-disease

Wilson’s Disease - Copper Storage Disease - Natural Health News

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