April 5 2013 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Blepharitis - Eyelid Inflammation or Flaking
My son's pediatric opthamologist diagnosed him with Blepharitis when he was a baby, what looked like eyelash dandruff with redness at the root of his eyelashes and gave me directions on how to clean the roots of his eyelashes twice a day. Warm compresses and eyedrops were also prescribed.
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