Inflammatory swelling of the conjunctival tissue surrounding the cornea.
Excessive swelling of the conjunctiva (membranes covering the inner surface of the eyelids).
edema of the mucous membrane of the eyeball and eyelid lining
Conjunctival swelling which can be severe enough to protrude between the lids.
A severe swelling of the bulbar conjunctiva.
Conjunctival swelling that is often caused by an allergy.
Accumulation of fluid in the pink tissues (conjunctiva) surrounding the eye, giving it a puffy appearance.
Swelling that occurs in conjunctiva.
Chemosis is swelling (or edema) of the conjunctiva. It is usually caused by allergies or viral infection. It can also be caused by eye rubbing.