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What is an eye stye?

A stye (also called a sty or hordeolum) is one of the infections of the eyelid glands. The disease usually occurs within 1 or 2 days.

What are symptoms of eye stye?

Stye formation begins with eye pain, swelling, redness, burning and stinging in the eyelid.

What is the treatment of stye?

It should be treated with hot water dressing and antibiotic eye lotion within the first week. Otherwise, it may turn into a chalazion, or eyelid cyst.

What is chalazion?

Chalazion is an eyelid cyst. If the stye turns into a chalazion, surgery should be performed within 1 month without waiting. Otherwise, it can spread to other eyelids.

What are symptoms of chalazion?

Chalazion causes pain, swelling and redness in the eye. As a result of the spread, it often starts to relapse and may lower the eyelid a little by disrupting the structure of the eyelid.

What is the treatment of chalazion?

Chalazion should be operated. The surgery should be performed by an oculoplasty specialist and the further spread of the disease to the eyelid should be prevented.


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