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Episcleritis

Is a benign, self-limiting inflammatory disease affecting part of the eye called the episclera. The episclera is a thin layer of tissue that lies between the conjunctiva and the connective tissue layer that forms the white of the eye (sclera).

Symptoms:

  • Acute onset of redness with discomfort (more gradual in nodular episcleritis).
  • May present late, as symptoms mild.
  • Discomfort, grittiness, aching in or around the eye. Very rarely, marked pain.
  • 40% bilateral.
  • Localised or diffuse red eye.
  • Watering and occasional mild photophobia.
  • No other associated ocular symptoms.
  • No discharge other than watering.
  • Visual acuity normal.

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