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Roihu T, Kariniemi AL. J Med Entomol ; Huevo de Demodex folliculorum en forma de punta de flecha. Pediatr Dermatol ; Histopathology of meibomian gland dysfunction. Association of diabetes, lash loss, and Staphylococcus aureus with infestation of eyelids by Demodex folliculorum Acari: Acta Ophthalmol Copenh ; A case report of demodicosis. Dos pacientes presentaron intolerancia al tratamiento.
Fulk GW, Clifford C. J Am Optom Blefaritiss ; All the mites found were Demodex folliculorum except in one patient where the mite was identified as Demodex brevis. Blefaritis Is demodex really non-pathogenic? Blepharitis due to Demodex: Incidence of Demodex folliculorum on skin of lids and nose. In this study the incidence of Demodex in patients with blepharitis was very high, when compared with normal subjects, showing a clear association between blepharitis and Demodex infestation. Demodicosis of ophthalmic concern.
Two patients were intolerant of the therapy. Blepharitis, Demodex, mite, eyelash, conjunctivitis, ocular surface, inflammation. The incidence of Demodex infestation in the control group was 0. Int J Dermatol ; Topical administration of metronidazole gel as an effective therapy alternative in chronic Blefarigis blepharitis-a case report. Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin ; Treatment with mercury oxide ointment was satisfactory in controlling the infection, despite difficulty in its application and occasional toxicity Arch Soc Esp Oftalmol ; High incidence of demodicidosis in eyelid basal cell carcinomas.
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