Dry Eyes: Dry eye syndrome is a condition in which a person’s tears do not have adequate lubricant or moisture to nourish the eyes. Tears help maintain the health of the front surface of the eye and to provide clear vision. Dry eye is a chronic condition that can be present among all ages; however, it is more commonly seen among adults over the age of 60.
Dry eye is usually self-diagnosable where an individual’s eye(s) may become red, inflamed, and of course, dry. An individual may also experience sensitivity to light and scarring to the front surface of the eye.
Corneal ulcers: Corneal ulcer is an open sore on the cornea, the surface of the eye, that is painful and can cause a loss of vision or blindness. It is usually the cause of an eye infection, direct injury to the eye, corneal drying and exposure, contact lens misuse and overwear, and so on.
Iritis: ritis is inflammation that affects the colored portion around the pupil (iris). This can be caused by blunt trauma to the eye or other diseases such as ankylosing spondylitis, Reiter syndrome, sarcoidosis, inflammatory bowel disease, and psoriasis.