Atlas of Hordeolum and Chalazion, PEDIATRIC ATLAS, CLINICAL ATLAS, OPHTHALMOLOGY, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net
|FIGURE 1. A. External hordeolum on the lower eyelid of a 5-yearold girl. |
B. Close-up showing eyelid swelling.
|FIGURE 2. External hordeolum (black arrow) and an internal hordeolum (white arrow).|
|FIGURE 3. External hordeolum with disruption of the normal contour of the eyelid. |
|FIGURE 4. Chalazion viewed from internal eyelid showing the|
yellow lipogranulomatous material.
|FIGURE 5. Chalazion present for 4 months on the upper eyelid|
of a young girl with minimal symptoms but cosmetically unappealing.
|FIGURE 6. Chalazion in a 14-year-old girl. This eyelid swelling had|
been there for one year at the time of presentation. She had no pain
but was unhappy with the appearance.
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