meibomianitis

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meibomianitis

[mī‚bō·mē·ə′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the tarsal glands.
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Patients with corneal opacity; severe dry eye; glaucoma; any inflammatory ocular disorder or infection including blepharitis, conjunctivitis, meibomitis and dacryocystitis; central or peripheral thinning evident in slit-lamp examination; history of ocular surgery, trauma, or contact lens use; and patients using any topical medication other than artificial tears were excluded from the study.
The condition may also be classified as: cicatricial or non-cicatricial; inflammatory, as in meibomitis (common causes of which include blepharitis and acne rosacea) or non inflammatory.
The eligibility criteria for patient entering the study were previous clinical diagnosis of dry eye associated with meibomitis.
Dentro de los diagnosticos que pueden ubicarse en este gran grupo se encuentran las blefaritis, la meibomitis y el calacio.
Pronounced meibomitis was the indication for prescription of a three times a week UHF therapy following massage of eye lids.
Se ha relacionado la infestacion por este parasito con enfermedades como rosacea, blefaritis, meibomitis, chalazion y ojo seco (1-3).
A number of cutting-edge research reports are emerging that indicate consumption of dietary supplement Omega-3 decreases the inflammation of meibomitis, the root cause of evaporative dry eye.
Puede alterarse por bacterias productoras de lipasas que hidrolizan los lipidos, como ocurre en las blefaritis anteriores, meibomitis y acne rosacea.
1,2) Signs of ocular rosacea include anterior blepharitis, meibomitis, recurrent chalazia, eyelid erythema and telangiectasia, interpalpebral conjunctival hyperemia, and peripheral corneal vascularization.
Indication -sjogren's syndrome, old age, contact lens wearers, computer vision syndrome, post lasik surgery, meibomitis, MGD.