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25+ Extreme Close Ups Of The Human Eye http://timewheel.net/Image-25-Extreme-Close-Ups-Of-The-Human-Eye
(TruthSeekerDaily) Has someone ever said to you “Your eyes are beautiful?” I think if they saw them up this close they may not say it quite like that. That is unless odd looking surfaces of other worlds is beautiful. I think these pictures give eyes a look that pushes them into the world of weird…
(TruthSeekerDaily) Has someone ever said to you “Your eyes are beautiful?” I think if they saw them up this close they may not say it quite like that. That is unless odd looking surfaces of other worlds is beautiful. I think these pictures give eyes a look that pushes them into the world of weird…
Giant papillary conjunctivitis Associated with wearing contact lenses, giant papillary conjunctivitis is a severe form of contact allergic conjunctivitis in which individual fluid sacs, or papules, form in the upper lining of the inner eyelid. Symptoms include:  Itching Puffiness Tearing Mucous discharge Blurred vision
Giant papillary conjunctivitis Associated with wearing contact lenses, giant papillary conjunctivitis is a severe form of contact allergic conjunctivitis in which individual fluid sacs, or papules, form in the upper lining of the inner eyelid. Symptoms include:  Itching Puffiness Tearing Mucous discharge Blurred vision
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Name: Vonda Cross, COMT, CRA Description: #Ophthalmology #OphthalmicPhotography #Slitlamp photo, Persistent Pupillary Membrane
malformalady:     Persistent pupillary membranes. Hyperplasia of the mesoderm of the anterior layer of the iris has caused iris strands to become adherent to the anterior lens surface. The lens is clear, and these are visually insignificant.
Posterior synechia
#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