Rosacea: An Introduction

Ocular Rosacea (Ophthalmic Rosacea Variation)

It is not uncommon for the eyes to be involved with Rosacea.

The signs of Ophthalmic Rosacea may include persistent redness, itching, swelling, inflamed and crusting eye lids and light sensitivity.

Usually Ocular Rosacea responds well to treatment.

However, it is important to seek early diagnosis and treatment to avoid possible complications.

It is possible for extreme cases of untreated Ocular Rosacea to lead to blindness.


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