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Scleritis is a medical condition in which the sclera becomes infected and inflamed. The sclera is the protective outer layer of the eye. People with Scleritis experience severe inflammation and pain. Symptoms of Scleritis are:
• severe eye pain that responds poorly to pain killers
• pain during eye movements
• pain spreading to entire face
• deep seated headaches
• double vision
• excessive tearing
• decreased vision
HOW IS SCLERITIS DIAGNOSED?
An Ophthalmologist diagnoses Scleritis by examining the medical history of the patient and performing an eye examination to determine the cause of Scleritis. In certain cases, the doctor may conduct a complete blood count to check for infections and biopsy of the sclera.
HOW IS SCLERITIS TREATED?
While Scleritis can cause significant eye damage, its treatment mainly focuses on fighting the inflammation before it can cause permanent damage.
DID YOU KNOW?
It can severely damage or injure the cornea or back of the eyeball leading to loss of eyesight.