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Hordeolum (Stye)
Causes
A hordeolum is caused by a blockage in the small glands located along the eyelid margin. These glands produce oil and the blockage prevents normal drainage of the gland.

: A , or stye, is an acute, localized, pyogenic (usually staphylococcal) infection or abscess of the eyelid that may be external or internal.

Sty (hordeolum)
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A sty - a small abscess of the glands in the eyelids which can occur externally and internally. It's usually filled with pus.

The term external has been used to refer to a sty that develops at the base of an eyelash involving a hair follicle of the eyelid, ...

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Sty (hordeolum)
This is a tender smooth pimple on the lid margin, less than one week old. The sty can be external or internal and may cause swelling of the face around the eyes. You can treat the sty with warm soaks and an external ointment, i.e.

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Hordeolum (Stye) and Chalazion
A stye (hordeolum) is a local, acutely inflamed growth (swelling, lesion) of the eyelid. They can occur at the lid margin or farther up the lid on either the inner (tarsal) side or the outer (skin) side of the lid.

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A stye is caused by an infection in the oil-producing or sweat glands in the eyelid. The infection is usually caused by bacteria called Staphylococcus aureus.
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A sty (hordeolum) is a red, painful lump near the edge of your eyelid that may look like a boil or a pimple. Sties are often filled with pus.

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The medical term for a stye is externum. Styes are red, painful lumps (most look like pimples) near the edge of the eyelid, where the eyelashes meet the lid. Styes are tender to the touch and can be painful.

The medical name for a stye is hordeolum (more than one hordeolum is hordeola). Styes are a very common type of infection of the eyelid. There are two types of stye: ...

A sty, also called , is a small abscess of the oil gland associated with an eyelash hair follicle. It typically contains Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, the cause of staph infections.

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When it causes the type of ordinary stye called an external , it begins by infecting an eyelash at the root (the follicle), unleashing a process that results in swelling.

A painful, tender stye (also called a hordeolum) is usually caused by a bacterial infection. A stye will develop at the base of an eyelash if the eyelash follicle (root) is infected. This is usually called an external hordeolum.

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A sty, or , is a bacterial infection of the cells surrounding the sweat glands or hair follicles on the edge of the lid. Call your pediatrician regarding treatment of these conditions.

THE LIDS If a patient has a red swelling on his lid margin, with an eyelash coming out of it, he has a stye (hordeolum). This is a staphylococcal infection of the follicle of an eyelash. Pull the eyelash out of the swelling, and give him an analgesic.

Bump on the eyelid; Stye;
Causes
A stye is caused by bacteria from the skin that get into the oil glands in the eyelids that provide lubrication to the tear film.

External Eyelid Stye (Hordeolum Externum)
An external eyelid stye is an inflamed area or bump on the eyelid. The medical term for a stye is hordeolum externum .

A stye (medical term: ) develops when an oil gland at the edge of an eyelid becomes infected. Resembling a pimple on the eyelid, a stye can grow on the inside or outside of the lid.
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A stye is a localized infection or inflammation of the eyelid margin involving hair follicles of the eyelashes (ie, external hordeolum) or meibomian glands (ie, internal hordeolum). It can be transmitted one hair shaft to another easily.

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