What is the difference between squamous and ulcerative blepharitis?
What are the differential diagnosis of blepharitis?
What are the clinical features of blepharitis?
What is the main cause of blepharitis?
What are the complications of blepharitis?
- Eyelash problems. Blepharitis can cause your eyelashes to fall out, grow abnormally (misdirected eyelashes) or lose color.
- Eyelid skin problems. …
- Excess tearing or dry eyes. …
- Stye. …
- Chalazion. …
- Chronic pink eye. …
- Injury to the cornea.
What diseases are associated with blepharitis?
What is Hordeolum and chalazion?
How do you get periorbital cellulitis?
How do you get rid of trichiasis?
For temporary relief, the eyelashes can be plucked out (called epilation), but they usually grow back. For more severe cases and for recurrent disease, our team of oculoplastic surgeons may recommend permanent removal of only the affected eyelash follicles using a special radiofrequency device.