The examination should proceed from the outside and work inward following an anatomic checklist. Examine the eyelids, lash line, and tarsal plates. Examine them for symmetry, normal position of the eyelashes, injury, infection, or inflammation. Examine the puncta of the lacrimal apparatus for signs of inflammation and obstruction. Examine the bulbar conjunctiva and vasculature for injection, ciliary flush, chemosis, discharge, and foreign bodies. Examine the cornea for clarity, evidence of injury, lesions, or foreign bodies. Examine the palpebral conjunctiva and cul-de-sac for injection, foreign bodies, discharge, and lymphatic (follicular) enlargement. Examine the anterior chamber for clarity, depth, and particulate matter.