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  • What is Pterygium?

    Posted By Key-Whitman Eye Center || 20-Jun-2012

    A pterygium (pronounced tur-ij-ee-um) is an eye condition in which a triangular-shaped white or yellowish growth in the fleshy white tissue of the eye. Occasionally, a pterygium will grow to extend over the cornea, may become red and swollen, or even thick to the point you feel like you have something in your eye. While a pterygium is non-cancerous, it can grow large enough to actually interfere ...
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