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Scleral discoloration, irritation and decreased vision prompt a 66-year-old man to seek help from the Wills Eye Cornea Service.
A young infant is brought to Wills for evaluation of increased pigmentation and associated nodular lesions in her right eye.
Lid swelling and recent tearing and crusting of the eyelashes are the principal presenting signs for this middle-aged patient.
A young woman presents with tearing and eye pain along with blurred vision and a change in her appearance some months earlier.
The recent return of earlier floaters and decreased vision in one eye mark the latest signs in a patient with previous vitreous detachment.
A fleshy mass, initially diagnosed as conjunctivitis, persists despite treatment, and the patient seeks assistance at Wills Eye Hospital.
Awakening with severe, acute vision loss in the left eye prompts a patient to seek evaluation at the Wills Eye Emergency Department.
Recently decreased vision and eye pain prompt a hospital ER visit by an elderly patient and soon after, another to the Wills ER.
Not long after a minor accident, a young man presents with swelling and tenderness in his cheek and concurrent tearing.
Recent eyelid swelling appears to be resolved after an ER visit, but soon returns accompanied by headaches and eye pain.
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