Subconjunctival Hemorrhage Disease

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The human eye is what gives you sense of vision, without the eye you would not be able to see. We use our eyes daily with every activity that we do whether it is going to the store, driving or as simple as walking your dog. The eye allows you to see shapes, colors, and objects as long as there is light present, without light you are not able to see anything. The average weight on the eye is 7.3 grams with a diameter of 24 millimeters and 6 cubic centimeters as the volume. This is 2/3rds the size of a ping pong ball. In order to see there must be light that enters the cornea then through the pupil to the iris continuing through the vitreous humor then to the retina then it sends electrical signals to the optic nerve which then it goes to the…show more content…
Even though there is the bright red patch on the white of your eye, it does not cause any harm to your vision. The hemorrhage is painless and no pus leaks from the eye. Subconjunctival hemorrhages are caused by coughing excruciatingly, strong sneezes, and vomiting. Sometimes you can get the hemorrhage from rubbing your eye too much and getting an object lodged into your eye. Conjunctivitis has symptoms which includes; redness, increase in tears, discharges that crusts on the eyelashes over sleep (discharge is usually yellow or green), eyes become itchy, they could have a burning sensation, your vision becomes blurry, and the eyes sensitivity to light increases. Conjunctivitis is also known as pink eye. Pink eye is caused by viruses, bacterias like gonorrhea and chlamydia, irritants, and allergies.
Corneal ulcers symptoms are redness of the eye, excruciating pain, eyes become watery, discharge coming from the eye, blurry vision, pain when looking directly at lights, eyelids become swollen, and if the ulcer is large enough then it becomes visible to the naked eye. The ulcers are mainly caused by bacterial, viral and fungal infections. Although, they can also be caused by tiny tears of the eye, dry eye disorders, disorders affecting your eyelids, chemical burns, and people that wear
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