Corneal Foreign Bodies
Corneal Foreign Bodies: Symptoms & Treatment
How Foreign Bodies Become Lodged in the Eye or Cornea
What Are the Symptoms of a Corneal Foreign Body?
- Feeling of Something in the Eye
- Feeling Like Something is in the Eye When Moving the Eye with the Eyelid Closed
- Eye Irritation
- Sharp Eye Pain
- Scratchy Eye Pain
- Watery Eye or Tearing
- Reddened Eye
- Scratching Feeling When Blinking
- Sensitivity to Light
- Blurred Vision
- Loss of Vision
- Burning Eye
- Bleeding Into the White Part of the Eye
Treatment of Corneal Foreign Bodies
Additional Cornea Services
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