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.

Video 1

Demodex brevis with two Demodex folliculorum on each side.

Video 2

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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