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bolsa lagrimal amarilla

por que mi bolsa lagrimal del ojo derecho esta un poquito mas grande y amarillo que del otro ojo que esta normal , no me duele no sieto ningun fastidio solo que me miro al espejo y me causa preocupacion por favoe exlpiqueme si es algun problema para ir a un especialista  
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1. Los médicos de este foro no entienden español.
2. Los adultos mayores tienden a tener la parte blanca de los ojos se vuelven amarillas. Pero en general, esto ocurre en ambos ojos, así que ...
3. Debes buscar un oftalmólogo para examinar los ojos para asegurarse de que no hay nada malo.
4. Yo no soy médico y me disculpo por cualquier error en mi español.
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The original question, by Karen40, is: The tear duct of my right eye is yellow and a little larger than the other, is this normal? I have no pain and it does not bother me except when I look in the mirror. Can you please tell me what this could be and if I should go see a specialist?
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The tear duct is not visible. Like an underground pipeline it can't be seen. The openings of the tear sac can be seen they are called the superior and inferior punctum and are located at the inner aspect of the upper and lower lids. They are housed in a little bump and thus elevated. As we get older they often are not the same size and can get bigger and assume a yellowish appearance. This is normal. If the appearance does not change, there is no pain, no tearing, no pus it is not worrisome.

JCH MD
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Dr. Hagan ha respondido a tu pregunta: "Es normal. A medida que las personas de edad el saco (o la bolsa, las palabras estan iqual) lagrimal puede crecer grandes y se vuelven amarillas. Así que si el aspecto no ha cambiado recientemente, y no hay dolor, pus, lagrimeo, entonces todo es normal ".

Yo no traducir todo lo que el doctor dijo porque yo cometí un error en la traducción de tu pregunta, lo que hizo necesario que el Dr. Hagan explicar la anatomía del ojo. (Yo traduje sin querer la palabra "bolsa" como "conducto lagrimal")

Una vez más, lo siento por los errores.
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good job, Berry!

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