conjunctiva


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The mass was approximately 5 mm x 2 mm x 1 mm in size, white, opaque, and hard in the lateral rectus but not in the conjunctiva and the underlying sclera.
Methods: The conjunctiva and pharyngeal samples of the patients with conjunctivitis were taken by Virocult transport media and kept at -80 [degrees]C up to study day.
The conjunctiva was anaesthetised by topical instillation of 4% xylocaine eye drops.
1) They occasionally arise in the orbit and infrequently in the conjunctiva (1), uveal tract (2) and sclera.
Parenchymatous conjunctivitis was characterized by chemosis (extensive edematous condition of conjunctiva) and exhibited swollen palpebral conjunctiva protruded out from palpebral fissure with bulbar one extended over the cornea covering limbus.
NTHi strains were obtained from four infection sites: nasopharyngeal or throat isolates from healthy children, strains cultured from middle ear aspirates from children with otitis media and pleural fluid and conjunctiva isolates obtained from children with invasive diseases.
The team compared 58 adults with the bacterial communities of the conjunctiva the eye surface and the skin under the eye.
This medical reference contains a total of 41 chapters, grouped in sections on tumors of the eyelids, tumors of the conjunctiva, and tumors of the orbit.
The eyes then become dry, and tacky, and this encourages infection and inflammation, which also involves the conjunctiva or membranes around the eye (and so conjunctivitis occurs).
Other samples such as conjunctiva, lungs, air sacs, heart, liver, spleen, and feces were negative for chlamydia by fluorescence antibody test in birds submitted over several weeks.
He said that in severe cases the conjunctiva under the upper eyelids swell and look lumpy.
by dysplasia involving a partial to full thickness of the epithelium, and invasive squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the conjunctiva belong to a single disease spectrum termed ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN).
In addition, the majority of the anterior surface of the eye is covered which prevents the conjunctiva from drying and as the lens material does not dehydrate good comfort is maintained with these lenses.
The pterygium was then excised from bulabar conjunctiva and peeled off from the corneal surface.