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Eye Trauma

Eye Trauma

Eye trauma refers to any injury to the eye. It is a regular event in children and a common cause of loss of vision.

Many different types of eye trauma require clinical care by a physician or other health care professional. Listed in the directory below are some, for which we have provided a brief overview.

Anatomy of the Eye

Avoiding Eye Injuries

Cosmetic Safety for Contact Lens Wearers

Corneal Abrasions

Chemical Burns of the Eye

Bruising or Black Eye (Ecchymosis)

Fractures of the Orbit

Eyelid Lacerations

Foreign Bodies in the Eye

Blood in the Eye (Hyphema)

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Traumatismos Oculares
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Dr. James Burhop
Dr. Joel Clingenpeel
Dr. Justin De Boer
Dr. Margaret Eason
Dr. Noelle Gabriel
Dr. Jennifer Galiotos
Dr. Sandip Godambe
Dr. Shannon Hogan
Dr. Andrea Hornbuckle
Pediatric Eye Center
Dr. Earl Crouch Jr.
Dr. Earl (Eric) Crouch III
Medical/Surgical Eye Specialists, Inc.
Dr. Shakur Toosi
Virginia Ophthalmology Associates
Dr. Giovanni Disandro
Dr. Joel Lall-Trail
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Contact Lens Safety Tips
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How to Avoid Common Running Injuries
Keep Kids Safe During Yard Work
Knees Are Casualties of Women's Sports
Sports Eye Safety Is No Game
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Trampoline Safety
Treating a Minor Sports Injury
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Protect Your Young Pitcher from an Overuse Injury
Diseases & Conditions
Abrasions
Avoiding Eye Injuries in Children
Bicycle, In-Line Skating, Skateboarding Safety--Prevention
Blood in the Eye (Hyphema)
Bruising or Black Eye (Ecchymosis)
Chemical Burns of the Eye
Corneal Abrasions
Cosmetic Safety for Adolescent Contact Lens Wearers
Eye Care/Avoiding Eye Injuries
Eye Safety and First Aid
Eyeglasses and Contact Lenses
Eyelid Lacerations
First-Aid for the Eyes
Foreign Bodies in the Eye
Fractures of the Orbit
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Lacerations With Stitches
Lacerations Without Stitches
Minor Cuts, Scrapes, and Skin Wounds
Minor Injuries Overview
Skin Injury in Children
Small Cuts and Scrapes
Sports Injuries and Children
Sports Injury Prevention
Sports Safety for Children
Superficial Injuries Overview
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Disclaimer: This information is not intended to substitute or replace the professional medical advice you receive from your child's physician. The content provided on this page is for informational purposes only, and was not designed to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. Please consult your child's physician with any questions or concerns you may have regarding a medical condition.