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Blepharitis Signs, Causes, Treatments, and More

Blepharitis Signs  The most common sign is  a persistent, redness and scaliness of the skin on and around the eyelid margins. Other problems may include: ...

Blepharitis Causes Per Type

Blepharitis is inflammation (redness and swelling) along the edge of your eyelids. There are two types of blepharitis: anterior blepharitis, when the inflammation affects...

Oral Blepharitis Medications

Blepharitis and antibiotics Blepharitis medications like antibiotics taken by mouth are a common treatment for certain types of blepharitis. However, the favorable effect of antibiotics...

Blepharitis and Dry Eye: A Common, Yet Complicated Combination

Kelly Nichols, O.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. For years, you’ve been deluged with information and factoids about “creating a dry eye practice.” Likely, you listened and have...

Blepharitis: New Treatments

Thanks to the efforts of the International Workshop on Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, clinicians now have a road map for classifying and managing this condition.1...

From The Crust to The Cure: How I beat Blepharitis

Those who know me best know how I use self-deprecating humor often as a way to escape the sadness I endure at the thought...
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Blepharitis Symptoms

Blepharitis symptoms and signs include: Watery eyes Red eyes A gritty, burning or stinging sensation in the eyes Eyelids that appear greasy Itchy eyelids ...

Blepharitis Causes

The exact cause of blepharitis isn't clear all the time. It may be associated with one or more factors, including: Seborrheic dermatitis — dandruff of...

Diagnosing Blepharitis

Your general practitioner is responsible for diagnosing most cases of blepharitis, who will: ask you about your symptoms examine your eyes check for any associated...

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