This disease is indicated by a congested condition of the cornea, the blood-vessels being visible, great sensitiveness to light, severe pain, and weeping of the eye. Pannus may be occasioned by the irritation of inverted eyelashes, by conjunctivitis, and especially by granular lids.

The Treatment of Inflammation of the Cornea - Pannus

When due to granular lids, the disease should be treated as elsewhere recommended for that condition. Fomentations and hot spray to the eye are especially serviceable.