Rich snippet on Demodex
Demodex is one of the most common, but often overlooked, causes of blepharitis and ocular surface inflammation, being associated with between 29% and 74% of all cases of blepharitis. This article will review demodex, its prevalence, its diagnosis and its treatment.
Demodex brevis with two Demodex folliculorum on each side.
Demodex folliculorum feeding from cuticle sebum.
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This content originally appeared in the June edition of our quarterly etCETera journal.
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