Eye Injuries Directory
If not treated properly, injuries to the eye can threaten vision. Eye injuries can result from many different causes such as abrasions, punctures, burns, and chemical injuries. Most eye injuries, though, are preventable, especially sports eye injuries and injuries caused in the workplace. The most common eye injury occurs when something irritates the conjunctiva which is the surface of the eye. Irritants can come from just about anything such as sand, dust, or contact lenses. More severe eye injuries can be caused during sporting events from projectiles like balls in football, baseball, badminton, and tennis. Find out more about injuries of the eye, techniques to keep your eyes from injury, and first aid for various injuries.
Treatment for Eye Injuries
WebMD tells you how to treat a variety of eye injuries, including chemical exposures, corneal abrasions, and hemorrhages.
First Aid for Eye Injuries
Learn what to do if chemicals -- or something else -- causes an eye injury.
Top Causes of Eye Injuries
Learn the most common causes of eye injuries, and how to protect your vision at home, work, and play.
Noninfectious Uveitis: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
You can protect your vision by knowing the signs of noninfectious uveitis, a rare condition that causes eye pain, redness, and swelling.