Small 1-2 mm, chalky, yellow-white lesions on the inside of your eye may be conjunctival concretions. Treatment is usually unnecessary if you are not experiencing symptoms. They can often be removed with needlepoint forceps or a 30 gauge needle. They can also be removed surgically.
A concretion is a small, hard, yellow or white deposit which can form in the conjunctiva that lines the inside of your eyelids. They can occur as a result of long-term inflammation, chronic irritation/allergies, and the normal aging process. The cells in your conjunctiva begin to degenerate. As this happens, other materials fill theContinue reading “Deposits in your eye”