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Blepharitis

Blepharitis is an ophthalmologic condition characterized by an inflammation of the eyelid margins. Anterior blepharitis is usually associated with an infection that produces an overgrowth of bacteria that create a biofilm that serves as food for the Demodex causing inflammation of the eyelids.

Meibomian gland dysfunction also contributes to this inflammation, causing posterior blepharitis. Viral etiology, such as Herpes simplex and Varicella zoster is also possible, as well as seborrheic diseases. All these etiologies give rise to a commonly chronic blepharitis that may even be associated with Dry Eye.

Suggested Protocols

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Single usage
Joint usage
Pathology Technology Suggested Protocol
> No. Treatments > Frequency (Days Apart)
Pathology> Blepharitis Technology OPE® IPL + LM® LLLT
Blue > Red
Yellow
Suggested Protocol > No. Treatments 2 to 3 > Frequency (Days Apart) 5 to 10
Technology OPE® IPL LM® LLLT
Blue > Red
Yellow
Suggested Protocol > No. Treatments 4 to 5 > Frequency (Days Apart) 5 to 10
Not all treatments can be applied in all countries.

Scientific Coverage

BURATTO, Lucio. Dry Eye in Patients with Clinical History of Blepharitis and Chalaziosis, Eye Doctor, 2018.

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