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sweetdeffects4:

Melanosis of conjunctiva.

sweetdeffects4:

Melanosis of conjunctiva.

malformalady:

Sectoral heterochromia

malformalady:

Sectoral heterochromia

holeinmyshirt:

powermeditation:

Filarial Worm - Onchocerca volvulus. Parasite of the human eye.

eeep shit looks like spaghetti, nooope

holeinmyshirt:

powermeditation:

Filarial Worm - Onchocerca volvulus. Parasite of the human eye.

eeep shit looks like spaghetti, nooope

deformutilated:

Pierced eyelid over scleral shell

deformutilated:

Pierced eyelid over scleral shell

malformalady:

Traumatic cataract with an iridodialysis (separation of the iris from it’s attachment to the ciliary body) from a blunt injury during childhood.
Photo credit: Cindy Montague, CRA

malformalady:

Traumatic cataract with an iridodialysis (separation of the iris from it’s attachment to the ciliary body) from a blunt injury during childhood.

Photo credit: Cindy Montague, CRA

johnnysmithart:

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johnnysmithart:

Check Out the latest Prints, Original Art and Merchandise by Johnny Smith at www.johnnysmithart.bigcartel.com

malformalady:

Persistent pupillary membrane (PPM) is a condition of the eye involving remnants of a fetal membrane that persist as strands of tissue crossing the pupil. The pupillary membrane in mammals exists in the fetus as a source of blood supply for the lens. It normally atrophies from the time of birth to the age of four to eight weeks. PPM occurs when this atrophy is incomplete. It generally does not cause any symptoms. The strands can connect to the cornea or lens, but most commonly to other parts of the iris.
Photo credit: Sarah Harmon, BS, CRA, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat hospital

malformalady:

Persistent pupillary membrane (PPM) is a condition of the eye involving remnants of a fetal membrane that persist as strands of tissue crossing the pupil. The pupillary membrane in mammals exists in the fetus as a source of blood supply for the lens. It normally atrophies from the time of birth to the age of four to eight weeks. PPM occurs when this atrophy is incomplete. It generally does not cause any symptoms. The strands can connect to the cornea or lens, but most commonly to other parts of the iris.

Photo credit: Sarah Harmon, BS, CRA, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat hospital

malformalady:

Thermal corneal burn following a curling iron mishap

malformalady:

Thermal corneal burn following a curling iron mishap

backspatter:

Corneal transplantation, also known as corneal grafting, is a surgical procedure where a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by donated corneal tissue (the graft) in its entirety (penetrating keratoplasty) or in part (lamellar keratoplasty).

backspatter:

Corneal transplantation, also known as corneal grafting, is a surgical procedure where a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by donated corneal tissue (the graft) in its entirety (penetrating keratoplasty) or in part (lamellar keratoplasty).

malformalady:

Subconjuntival hemorrhage

malformalady:

Subconjuntival hemorrhage

backspatter:

Herpes simplex keratitis with epithelial and stromal disease, complicated by associated uveitis

backspatter:

Herpes simplex keratitis with epithelial and stromal disease, complicated by associated uveitis

malformalady:

Unilateral iris coloboma
Photo credit: Jennifer Nicole

malformalady:

Unilateral iris coloboma

Photo credit: Jennifer Nicole