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What is Chalazion?

A chalazion is generally painless, slowly enlarging nodule on the eyelid formed by inflammation of the meibomian glands. It is basically a chronic granulomatous enlargement of the meibomian glands of the eye-lid.

The meibomian glands in the eyelid serve the purpose of lubricating the margins of the eyelids, by producing a layer of the tear.

Due to acute or subacute inflammation of the eyelid, which may be due to a stye, there occurs an obstruction of the duct of the meibomian gland, leading to retention of the tears and swelling of the lid.

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In most cases, a chalazion may appear after a stye. A chalazion is essentially a benign enlargement and not cancerous in nature.

Disease progression of a chalazion leads to a painless granuloma that may be disfiguring cosmetically.

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Miss J.K.M. (PIN: 36169) visited Life Force on 18th April 2018 with the complaint of chalazion, which she was suffering from 4-5 months. During her case taking, she mentioned that initially she had slight pain and swelling around her chalazion and that had reduced recently. She had a c.....Read more

A 27-years-old male, Mr. D.C. (PIN: 35507) visited our Pune’s Life Force center on 31st January 2018 with the complaint of chalazion. The patient was suffering from chalazion for 4 months. He had a hard nodule over his right lower eyelid. It was painless. There was no lacrimation and rednes.....Read more

Mr. P. S. (PIN: 4451) from the USA opted for online Homeopathic treatment from Dr. Shah for his complaint of Chalazion on 14th August 2007. He would get frequent chalazae of grain size hard lump around 4mm x 4mm on the left upper eyelid with irritation and heaviness. There was no pain nor any dis.....Read more

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