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Yes, they are excellent photo’s aren’t they. I’m trying to remember what the perfusion of blood vessels through the eye-whites is called, I know I’ve come across it, as a ‘sign’.
Thanks for telling us what the yellow lumps are called. I’ve just done a google image search and found a few that looked a little more like mine, which occured on the whites of my eyes between my nose and my iris. Mine seemed more raised and more jelly like than that shown above in the photo.
It said it can be associated with dry eyes, which I definitely have, do you ? One of the explanations I found is “A pinguecula is caused by the degeneration of the conjuctiva’s collagen fibres.” – oh fancy that, blooming collagen causing trouble again! I wonder if increasing Vitamin C intake will help ?
The good news is that even though I had them in both eyes, they’ve gone now.