Are there some genetic reasons I get periorbital cellulitis off and on?

Cellulitis. Cellulitis research has shown that people with certain risk factors are more likely to develop periorbital cellulitis. These risk factors include:upper respiratory infection, eye trauma, insect bites.  .

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Can I get easy to understand explanation of periorbital cellulitis in children?

Infection around eye. It is a bacterial infection around the eye. The eye is an extension of the brain. Because of this, these infections may be serious. They require early, aggressive treatment. Read more...

Ways to get down eyelid swelling of periorbital cellulitis?

Warm compress. A 'warm' compress has been recommended for cellulitis treatment but I do not know of any studies that show that is actually helps. Usually the body will just remove the 'edema fluid' (swelling) as fast as the infection is cleared. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: periorbital cellulitis?

Skin infections. The tissues/skin around the eyes becomes infected, by definition this means that there is no pus behind the eyes which can be a lethal condition, this condition is called orbital cellulitis and is an emergency, . Read more...
Serious. Periobital cellulitis can be caused by infections around the eye. If this infection goes behind the eye into the orbit then it can cause blindness and rarely death. Get an eye exam asap please. Read more...