Immunological aspects of allergy and anaphylaxis part 59



Atopic keratoconjunctivitis is a rare, lifelong problem, seen more commonly in adults with atopic disease such as atopic dermatitis. This facial eczema usually involves eyelids, and the lid margins usually show chronic inflammation of the lash follicles (blepharitis) and stapylococcal organisms. In addition, the lid margins may thicken and keratonize, and the lids may turn out or turn in. Corneal plaques, cataracts, and defects of the corneal epithelial may lead to loss of sight.

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