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They are nothing to be worried about.
It is just from a few very, very small areas where is cornea is taking up some of the yellow dye they use on his eye during the exam.
It is nothing to worry about.....might be from just a little bit of dryness of his eyes or mild inflammation related to his ongoing vernal.
So. What is the take home message?
This is nothing to concern yourself over.
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yes. They are very transient....they can be seen on exam and gone during an evaluation an hour later....
Nothing to worry about at all.
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