Please, See the following images & tell your observation.


1. Patient unable to close left upper eyelid completely due to peripheral CN 7 dysfunction. 2. Normal Appearing Conjunctival Reflection, Lower Lid. 3. Conjunctiva appears quite red- conjunctivitis. 4. Muddy-brown discoloration of sclera common among older African Americans that is a variant of normal color. 5. Subconjunctival Hemorrhage. 6. Sclera appear yellow (icterus), cause hyperbilirubinemia.
I feel 3rd should be senile ectropion and 6th icterus with RE divergent squint
1Bells palsy8 2normal conjunctiva 3entropion ofupperlid and inflamed conjunctiva 4muddy conjunctiva 5subconjunctival haemorrhage 6 divergent squint RE and yellowish didcolouration of sclera probably icterus
1 bell s palsy and lagophthalmos left eye 2 normal palpebral conjunctiva 3.Dermatochalasis with ectropion 4.muddy Conjunctiva with arcus senilis 5. Subconj haemorrhage 6.heterochromia iridum
1. L facial palsy 2. ptosis 3. subconjunctival haemorrhage 4. yellowish discolouration of lower sclera 5. subconjunctival haemorrhage & hyphema 6 yellowish discolouration sclerae
1st- Bell's palsy 2nd-Anterior uveitis 3rd-Ectropion 4th-Corneal opacity 5th-Subconjuctival haemorrhage 6th-Divergent squint
1- facial nerve palsy 2-normal anterior segment 3-dermatochalasis with ectropion . 4-muddy conjunctiva with arcus senilis 5-
Left Facial Palsy Sub conjunctival Haemorrhage Ectropion yellow discoloration due to Hepatitis.
6th one is right eye exotropia ..the corneal reflex is at the pupillary margin in right eye
2 normal eye 3 ectroppion 4 muddy sclera 5subconjunctival haemorrhage
Thanks Dr Ritesh Sompura. You are right. 1st pic is of Bell's palsy.
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