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By Nicholas R. Galloway, Winfried M. K. Amoaku, Peter H. Galloway, Andrew C Browning

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A scan might be needed before removal because some extend deeply into the skull. Malignant Melanoma Xanthelasma Allergic Disease of the Eyelids These are seen as yellowish plaques in the skin; they usually begin at the medial end of the lids. They are rarely associated with diabetes, hypercholesterolaemia and histiocytosis. Usually, there is no associated systemic disease. Malignant Tumours Basal Cell Carcinoma This is the most common malignant tumour of the lids, usually occurring on the lower lid.

1. Eye disease and refractive error. 2. A short-sighted person. Hypermetropia (“long sight”) Conditions associated with hypermetropia Retinal detachment Macula haemorrhages Cataract Myopic chorioretinal degeneration Down’s syndrome Keratoconus (conical cornea) Narrow-angle glaucoma Concomitant squint Amblyopia of disuse Conditions causing myopia Conditions causing hypermetropia Large eye Cataract Diabetes mellitus Accommodation spasm, or “pseudomyopia” Congenital glaucoma Small eye Retinal detachment Orbital tumours Macula oedema Long Sight, Short Sight refractive errors are extremely common, these particular conditions are relatively rare in the general population.

Subsequently, there is marked swelling and tenderness at the inner canthus and eventually the abscess can point and burst. 5. Acute dacryocystitis (with acknowlegement to Mr R. Welham). 6. (1) Obstruction in canaliculus shown by regurgitation of saline back through punctum. (2) Common canaliculus obstruction shown by return of saline through upper punctum. (3) Obstruction in nasolacrimal duct shown by filling of lacrimal sac. The diagnosis of lacrimal obstruction therefore depends firstly on an examination of the eyelids, secondly on syringing the tear ducts, and then if necessary dacryocystography.

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