compare photograph of an eye with noticeable redness in the white part (sclera). The bloodshot appearance suggests potential irritation, infection, or fatigue.

Red Eye Matters: Empowering Primary Care for Clear Vision

The term “red eye” is commonly used to describe a condition where the blood vessels in the white part of the eye (sclera) become dilated and appear red, often indicating irritation or inflammation. Red eye can be caused by various factors, including allergies, infections, dryness, or more serious conditions like conjunctivitis or uveitis. Red eye […]

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