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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

Abeer Surihan Alharbi

Ophthalmology Department, Ohud Hospital, Madina, Saudi Arabia

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  • Research   
    Chalazion Risk Factors: A Review Article
    Author(s): Abeer Surihan Alharbi*

    Introduction: The chalazion is a common eyelid lesion that arising from obstruction of the Meibomian glands within the tarsal plate. The sebaceous material accumulated within the eyelid interstitium will lead to blockage of glands. It occurs equally in males and females may affect people of all ages, occurs often in adults aged 30-50 years. It can manifest as solitary or multiple lumps. It is more common in the upper eyelid. Risk factors that may cause chalazion formation include seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, chronic blepharitis, high lipid blood concentration, viral infection, poor lid hygiene, stress, eyelid trauma, gastritis, hormonal changes, vitamin A deficiency, smoke. Most of the chalazia are self-limited. However, some cases may need warm compresses, corticosteroid injection, or surgical evacuation and removal. Objective:.. Read More»

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