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glass eye collection,1890

Ten assorted artificial eyes, London, England, 1870 my dad lost his eye in an accident and had one of these.fascinating to 2 generations of little kids!

Hyphema caused by iris lesion. A hyphema is a collection of blood inside the front part of the eye. The blood may cover part or all of the i...

Hyphema caused by iris lesion. A hyphema is a collection of blood inside the front part of the eye. The blood may cover part or all of the iris and the pupil, and may partly or totally block vision in that eye.

Synechia, an eye condition where the iris adheres to either the cornea or lens. Crazy looking!

Synechia, an eye condition where the iris adheres to either the cornea or lens. It's definitely crazy looking ~Stef

Melanosis bulbi or melanosis oculi has maplike pigment areas in the sclera. These pigmented areas do not reach the limbus. The iris is usually heavily pigmented with melanosis bulbi/melanosis oculi. 90% of the cases are unilateral.Usually the function of the eye remains normal. Occasionally a malignant change may occur.

With a “No Touch Laser Eye Surgery,” a person’s vision is corrected with the use of an excimer laser and anesthetic drops. Before the surgery, an anesthetic

Polycoria - a medical condition of having multiple pupils in one eye.

Multiple Colobomata of the Iris (or Polycoria Congenitalis), is a pathological condition of the eye characterized by more than one pupillary opening in the iris. It may be congenital or result from a disease affecting the iris.

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