Look unsteady — MORPHINUM.
Loss of eyelashes — PETROLEUM.
Loss of vision; complains that it is dark, and calls for light — STRAMONIUM.
Luminous vibrations before eyes; sensitive to light — THERIDION CURASSAVICUM.
Lupus of an ochre-red color — GUAREA TRICHILOIDES.
Margin of lids itch — STAPHYSAGRIA.
Margins of lids red; itch and burn and agglutinate — AGARICUS MUSCARIUS.
Marked affinity for the eye — NAPHTHALINUM.
Marked dilation of pupils — BENZOLUM.
Mist before eyes, optical illusions in incipient cataract; capsular cataract — AMMONIUM MURIATICUM.
Misty sight — CANNABIS SATIVA.
Motes before eyes — NUX MOSCHATA.
Motion of eyes aggravates — COMOCLADIA DENTATA.
Much burning and smarting lachrymation — ALLIUM CEPA.
Muscæ volitantes; flashes of light; partial blindness — PHYSOSTIGMA VENENOSUM.
Muscles pain — CARBO VEGETABILIS.
Muscles weak and stiff — NATRIUM MURIATICUM.
Muscular asthenopia (Caust) — SENEGA.
Muscular asthenopia; black spots in the field of vision; asthenic inflammations, and in connection with uterine trouble — SEPIA.
Muscular asthenopia; darting pains through eyes from head, worse before a storm — RHODODENDRON FERRUGINEUM.
Must keep eyes open — ARNICA MONTANA.
Must wipe eyes as if mucus or water were in them — CROCUS SATIVUS.
Mydriasis; lid margins red, swollen, agglutinated in morning — DIGITALIS PURPUREA.
Mydriasis — DUBOISIA MYOPOROIDES.
Mydriasis — NUX MOSCHATA.
Myopia, asthenopia, and dis-chromotopia, cloudiness and atrophy of optic disc and central scotoma for light and for red and green not for white — CARBONEUM SULPHURATUM.
Myopia — VIOLA ODORATA.
Myopic astigmia — LILIUM TIGRINUM.
Nausea from looking on moving objects — IPECACUANHA.
Near-sighted — JABORANDI.
Night blindness — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM.
Night-blindness (Opposite: Bothrops); photophobia; contraction of pupils; twitching of ocular muscles — PHYSOSTIGMA VENENOSUM.
Night-blindness more characteristic — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.
Night-blindness — HELLEBORUS NIGER.
Nystagmus strabismus, ptosis — MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM.
Objects appear gray, upside down — GUAREA TRICHILOIDES.
Objects appear red and too large — HEPAR SULPHUR.
Objects appear too far off–ANACARDIUM ORIENTALE.
Objects have colored borders — HYOSCYAMUS NIGER.
Objects look larger, very distant, or vanish — NUX MOSCHATA.
Objects look shaded — SENEGA.
Objects look smaller than they are — PLATINUM METALLICUM.
Objects look yellow — ALUMINA.
Objects recede, approach, and seem double — CICUTA VIROSA.
Objects, appear green and yellow — DIGITALIS PURPUREA.
Ocular illusions; fiery appearance — BELLADONNA.
Ocular paralysis, hemianopsias, disturbed pupillary reaction, optic neuritis and atrophy, subconjunctival and retinal hæmorrhages — CARBONEUM OXYGENISATUM.
Œdema of lids and about e eyes — PHOSPHORUS.
Œdema of lids, suppurative iritis — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.
Œdema around eyes — ARSENICUM ALBUM.
Old injured eyes — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.
On closing eyes, he sweats — CONIUM MACULATUM.
On shutting eyes, painful sensation of light penetrating the brain — KALIUM CARBONICUM.
One pupil dilated, the other contracted — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
One pupil dilated — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM.
Opacities of the vitreous humor — SENEGA.
Opacities — EUPHRASIA OFFICINALIS.
Opacity of cornea — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM.
Opacity of cornea — CANNABIS SATIVA.
Opacity of the cornea — NAPHTHALINUM.
Opacity of vitreous humor — PRUNUS SPINOSA.
Ophthalmia neonatorum — CALCAREA SULPHURICA.
Ophthalmia neonatorum — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Ophthalmia, with intolerance of artificial light — GRAPHITES.
Optic nerve atrophy, from habitual use of intoxicants — NUX VOMICA.
Optic nerve inflamed — PLUMBUM METALLICUM.
Optic nerves seem torpid — PHOSPHORICUM ACIDUM.
Optic neuritis advancing toward atrophy — CARBONEUM SULPHURATUM.
Optic neuritis, central scotoma — PLUMBUM METALLICUM.
Optical hyperæsthesia — CHRYSAROBINUM.
Orbital neuralgia of right eye, with profuse lachrymation; pupils contracted, relieved by pressure — CHELIDONIUM MAJUS.
Orbital neuralgia, with contraction and twitching of muscles — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Orbital neuralgia; better, pressure and rest — ASAFOETIDA.
Orbital twitching radiating towards the occiput, Optic neuritis — NUX VOMICA.
Oscillation of eyeballs — CARBONEUM HYDROGENISATUM.
Otitis, with fetid, corrosive discharge — ARSENICUM IODATUM.
Pain and blurring of vision; better; rubbing; worse, using eyes — ARTEMISIA VULGARIS.
Pain and lachrymation on using eyes, with dancing and chromatic alterations of objects looked at — STRONTIUM CARBONICUM.
Pain around orbits — APIS MELLIFICA.
Pain as if eyeballs were forcibly pressed together and into head — PHOSPHORICUM ACIDUM.
Pain behind eyeballs, as if forced out — MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS.
Pain deep in orbits — ALOE SOCOTRINA.
Pain from eyes to top of head — CIMICIFUGA RACEMOSA.
Pain from overexertion; blur; unable to distinguish letters; conjunctiva red; eyes hot and painful — MEPHITIS PUTORIUS.
Pain in eye after a blow of an obtuse body — SYMPHYTUM OFFICINALE.
Pain in eyeballs between orbit and ball, extending to left temple — ONOSMODIUM VIRGINIANUM.
Pain in eyes and orbits, with conjunctivitis — UPAS TIEUT.
Pain in eyes when looking down — NATRIUM MURIATICUM.
Pain in eyes — IODIUM.
Pain in orbits — SARRACENIA PURPUREA.
Pain in the eyes, as if pulled back into the head — HEPAR SULPHUR.
Pain over both eyes — SOLANUM NIGRUM.
Pain over eye, between it and brow — DUBOISIA MYOPOROIDES.
Pain over eyes — LITHIUM CARBONICUM.
Pain over right eye; better, standing and walking — RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS.
Pain severe at night; burning, shooting, tearing — MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS.
Pain through eyeballs — IPECACUANHA.
Pain, extending back into head; lachrymation; and impaired vision — LILIUM TIGRINUM.
Painful weakness; sore pain in eyes; bloodshot appearance; inflamed vessels greatly injected — HAMAMELIS VIRGINIANA.
Painful, as of sand, smarting; difficult to focus for close work — XEROPHYLLUM.
Pains from lachrymal duct around eye to temple, from inner canthus across brows to ear — CINNABARIS.
Pains from without inward — AURUM METALLICUM.
Pains radiate and shoot downward, with cold feeling and stiffness of bone — MEZEREUM.
Pains sharp, boring, better pressure — COLOCYNTHIS.
Pallor of optic discs, contracted visual field and shrinking retinal vessel; mydriasis — ACETANILIDUM.
Paralysis of accommodation — DUBOISIA MYOPOROIDES.
Paralysis of nerves and muscles of eyes — OXYTROPIS LAMBERTI.
Paralysis of ocular muscles after exposure to cold — CAUSTICUM.
Paralysis of ocular muscles — CONIUM MACULATUM.
Parenchymatous keratitis of syphilitic origin with burning pain — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.
Parenchymatous keratitis — SULPHUR.
Paresis of extrinsic muscles — PHOSPHORUS.
Paresis of ocular muscles; worse, tobacco and stimulants — NUX VOMICA.
Paresis of recti interni — MORPHINUM.
Paretic condition of ciliary muscle — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.
Partial loss of vision from abuse of tobacco (Nux) Pain in orbital bones — PHOSPHORUS.
Parts of the body seem enormously swollen — STRAMONIUM.
Patient sees better by shading eyes with hand — PHOSPHORUS.
Pearly white conjunctiva and long curved lashes — PHOSPHORUS.
Perforating or sloughing ulcer of cornea — SILICEA TERRA.
Phlyctenulæ; deep ulcers on cornea — MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS.
Photophobia and excessive lachrymation — CONIUM MACULATUM.
Photophobia in warm room — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.
Photophobia (Graphites) — NATRIUM SULPHURICUM.
Photophobia, objects blurred — BENZOLUM.
Photophobia; swelling of Meibomian glands — AETHUSA CYNAPIUM.
Photophobia — BARYTA CARBONICA.
Post-diphtheritic paralysis of eye and accommodation muscles — PHYSOSTIGMA VENENOSUM.
Pressing, crushing, aching pain — BRYONIA ALBA.
Pressure as if pressed into head — ZINCUM METALLICUM.
Pressure behind eyeballs — THERIDION CURASSAVICUM.
Pressure deep in orbits — RUTA GRAVEOLENS.
Pressure from back of eyes, forward — CANNABIS SATIVA.
Pressure in eyes — CHINA OFFICINALIS.
Pressure like a plug on upper orbit–ANACARDIUM ORIENTALE.
Profuse gush of hot, scalding tears upon opening lids — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.
Profuse lachrymation and secretion of mucus — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Profuse lachrymation — IPECACUANHA.
Profuse lachrymation — PHYSOSTIGMA VENENOSUM.
Profuse watering after exposure to dry, cold winds, reflection from snow, after extraction of cinders and other foreign bodies — ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Profuse, burning, acrid discharge — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.
Progressive diminution of sight with central scotoma (Carbon sulf) — THYROIDINUM.
Promotes absorption of fragments of lens, after operation — SENEGA.