- Exploring ocular Demodicosis as influence in chronic blepharitis
- The clinical significance of such an invasion of mites in blepharitis is up for debate, largely because the infestation also can appear in individuals with no symptoms, according to Esen K.
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- Anyone can develop blepharitis, but the peak age is in your 50s. Half of all those with the condition also have dry-eye syndrome, in which the tears don't do their job properly; the film of tears may be unstable or evaporate too readily.
- Identifying malignant eyelid tumors
- The clinician needs to be aware that sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid is a great masquerader and can mimic benign-appearing eyelid diseases such as chalazion, blepharitis, or keratoconjunctivitis. This frequently leads to delayed or erroneous diagnosis.
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- Where we go next, we'll certainly stay in the eye, for sure. Allergic conjunctivitis is one, uveitis is another. But there are many inflammatory diseases in the eye.
- Tea tree oil proposed for blepharitis
- Though there is scant research to guide treatment, tea tree oil shampoo might successfully improve some cases of blepharitis, according to two physicians at the Eye Unit, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, United Kingdom.
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