by Dr. Yiannis Neofytou

Blepharitis is an eye condition where there is inflammation of the eyelids. The diagnosis is clinical and is based on the presence of irritation in the area of ​​the eyelids with scaly formation and peeling of the eyelashes. Anterior blepharitis usually involves an infection, usually staphylococcal, or seborrhoeic disease.Individuals often have seborrheic dermatitis of the face and scalp. Also, anterior blepharitis can be associated with rosacea. Although the etiology of the various forms of blepharitis may differ, treatment modalities show significant overlap. It is important for the patient to understand that this is a chronic, benign disease with flare-ups and remissions.The main treatment for blepharitis is eyelid hygiene Staphylococcal (anterior) blepharitis may show a greater response to treatment with topical antibiotic ointment after eyelid hygiene.


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