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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
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1 Lt eye facial n. Palsy . 2. ? Chalazion rt eye lower lid . 3. Subconjunctival h'ge in temporal bulbar conjunctiva in each eye. 4. Nasal pinguecula. 5. Subconjunctival h'ge in lower bulbar conjunctiva. 6. Right eye divergent squint with Icterus?.

1Bells palsy8 2normal conjunctiva 3entropion ofupperlid and inflamed conjunctiva 4muddy conjunctiva 5subconjunctival haemorrhage 6 divergent squint RE and yellowish didcolouration of sclera probably icterus

Infective hepatitis with left facial palsy with conjunctivitis.

hepatitis!??
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3RD PIC ECTROPION L LID WITH EXPOSURE CONJUCTIVITIS 4TH PIC BIL SENILE ECTROION LIDS WITH BIL EXPOSURE CONJUCTIVITIS 4TH PIC ECTROPION LLID5TH PIC S C HEMARGHE

1. L facial palsy 2. ptosis 3. subconjunctival haemorrhage 4. yellowish discolouration of lower sclera 5. subconjunctival haemorrhage & hyphema 6 yellowish discolouration sclerae

Dr Ritesh Sompura, 5th is also correct- subconjunctival hemorrhage.

1st- Bell's palsy 2nd-Anterior uveitis 3rd-Ectropion 4th-Corneal opacity 5th-Subconjuctival haemorrhage 6th-Divergent squint

FIRST PICTURE RE EXOTROPIA 2ND PIC RE LAGOPHHALMOS DUE TO BELLS PALSY LE PTOSIS

Thanks Dr Ritesh Sompura. You are right. 1st pic is of Bell's palsy.

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