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Inflammation of the edges of the eyelids.

Part affected.

Subsequent eyelids, eyelashes, Meibonio glands (which lubricate the eyelids) conjunctiva (white of the eye)


Loss of eyelashes.

Ulceration of the cornea.

Scars on the eyelids.


The blepharitis is very resistant to treatment, although sometimes cure in 8 to 12 months.

Relapses are frequent.

Diagnosis and Treatment.


Medical history and physical examination by a doctor.

Cultivation in the laboratory of the secretions of the eyelids.


Medical treatment.

If the blepharitis is caused by lice, the doctor must remove them with tweezers or with medication.

General Measures.

Apply warm water baths to reduce swelling and speed healing.

You can add chamomile, but colando through a very fine cloth infusion.

Do it for 20 minutes and sit for at least 1 hour.

Repeat as many times as necessary.

Remove the leganes every day.

Do not put makeup until the matter is inflammation.


Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic ointments or eye drops that might contain cortisone.


Will be carried out all activities that the patient's condition allows.


No special diet.

Tell your doctor if.

It hurts the eye.

Note loss of vision.

New unexplained symptoms.

The drugs used in treatment can cause side effects.


Wash your hands often and dry with clean towels.

Avoid environments containing dust and other irritants without proper eye protection.

Use makeup hipoalérgico.

Risk Factors.

Adults over 60 years.

Background of seborrheic dermatitis on the scalp and other body parts.

Exposure to chemicals or irritants environments.

Signs and symptoms.

Redness and leganes soft on the edges of the eyelids.

Fall of tabs.

Small sores on the eyelids. The edges bleed if you remove the dry leganes formed by the sores.

Irritation of the eyes if the scales are falling from the eyelids.

Feeling of having something in your eye. Includes itching, stinging, redness, swelling of the eyelid sensitivity to light and heavy tears.

Secretion hitting the eyelids during sleep.


Infection by bacteria, staphylococci in general, the follicles of the eyelashes and glands of meibonuis.

Allergic reaction (only less serious inflammations)

Seborrheic dermatitis from the edge of the eyelids.

Lice (rarely)

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