I am a college student. I am rewriting "A Tell-Tale Heart" from the old old man's point of view. In the story he has a white milky eye. I want to give his eye some background. I want him to be angry about it. So I need an injury that would cause a white-milky eye that would last for a lifetime. I know this is not an actual medical concern put this report is a large part of my grade and I need it to be accurate. If anyone knows of anything I would greatly appreciate the help.
There are many conditions which could cause this appearance. Prior eye surgeries such as cataract surgery with corneal edema (swelling), a failed or rejected corneal transplant, or a scarred cornea from a chemical injury such as an alkali burn are some.
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