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?White pimple in white part of eyes. What could be the cause?

i have a white pimple in the white part of my both eyes... first it appear in my left eye and after one month it appera in right too. i am very much worried about it.. is that harmfull? and what is the reason of this desiese... tell me if computer and mobile phones are the reasons of it? and what is its treatment? please tell me
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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the white part of eye is known as sclera.

the white raised area in the sclera next to the black portion of the eye is due to innocous noninflammatory conditions of the eye..

known as pinguecula or can be pterygium.
both are harmless more common in those who work outside insunny environment.
if progressive or inflammed they need to be treated else can be left as such.

computer n mobile use is not associated with it.
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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