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What is blepharo conjunctivitis?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
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In brief: See below

Infection/inflammation (bacterial/viral /allergic) of the eyelids (blepharo) & transparent membrane (conjunctiva) lining inner part of eyelids & the sclera (white of eye) [see image].
Bacterial may be treated with topical antibiotics or ab/steroid combo. Allergic treated with allergy meds. Viral usually resolves on own.

In brief: See below

Infection/inflammation (bacterial/viral /allergic) of the eyelids (blepharo) & transparent membrane (conjunctiva) lining inner part of eyelids & the sclera (white of eye) [see image].
Bacterial may be treated with topical antibiotics or ab/steroid combo. Allergic treated with allergy meds. Viral usually resolves on own.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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Dr. Tal Raviv
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Lid infection

An eyelid infection (usually bacterial overgrowth) affecting the eyelashes with spillover to the conjunctiva - the white part of the eye.
It can be treated with antibiotic/steroid eye drops and lid cleaning.

In brief: Lid infection

An eyelid infection (usually bacterial overgrowth) affecting the eyelashes with spillover to the conjunctiva - the white part of the eye.
It can be treated with antibiotic/steroid eye drops and lid cleaning.
Dr. Tal Raviv
Dr. Tal Raviv
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