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Can a chalazion occur on the inside of the eyelid, causing irritation to the cornea?
Internal chalazia are quite common and can press on the cornea, causing induced astigmatism and blurred vision, corneal irritation, and a foreign body sensation.
Answered by: Richard G. Shugarman, MD
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