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Question:
What can eye nodules be caused by?

Answer:
"Eye Nodule" is a very vague term and can mean several different conditions. Most commonly, a nodule is a localized elevated area of inflammation. It usually responds to topical steroid–containing eye drops. Since there are so many different causes of nodules I advise you to see your ophthalmologist (Eye M.D.) for additional advice.

Answered by: Wayne Bizer, DO Wayne Bizer, DO

Categories: Eye Conditions

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