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What is your medical diagnosis "106" ?

What is your medical diagnosis for this case ?


Answer : Chalazion of the lower eye lid



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31 comments:

Anonymous said...

stye

dr.daksh said...

stye

Paradigmatican said...

I agree with both: a stye

Said Chaudhry said...

stye

Anonymous said...

hordeolum externa

Anonymous said...

The Diagnosis "106" is HORDEOLUM EXTERNUM"

winnyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy said...
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winnyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy said...

ARCUS SENILUS with STYE

AAA said...

Hordeolum, Lower Lid , O.S

Anonymous said...

Hordeolum

Anonymous said...

hordeolum

Anonymous said...

stye..

Anonymous said...

stye

AHMED said...

stye

Anonymous said...

Hordeolum externum

Anonymous said...

chalazion

Anonymous said...

stye

Anonymous said...

meibomian cyst

Anonymous said...

orzuelo

Anonymous said...

stye

kenny said...

stye

Anonymous said...

........stye.....

Anonymous said...

hordeolum externum

Anonymous said...

hordeolum externum

Anonymous said...

stye

fati said...

stye

Anonymous said...

hordeolum ext

Anonymous said...

hordeolom

Anonymous said...

Although a sty is also a lump in the eyelid caused by obstruction of an oil gland, a chalazion is not a sty. A sty, or hordeolum, represents an acute infection of the gland. A chalazion is not an infection but is an inflammation of the area. Inflammation is a process in which the body reacts to a condition and produces a swelling, redness, pain, or warmth. A sty is usually more painful than a chalazion and may look infected

Marie said...

hordeolum externum

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