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What is Blepharochalasis syndrome?

What is Blepharochalasis syndrome?

  • Blepharochalasis syndrome: An inflammatory, degenerative disease of the eyelid. The disease goes through periods of remission and involves rapid swelling of the eyelids. The eyelid is stretched and becomes thin and wasted over time. There is no discernable cause.

Blepharochalasis syndrome: Introduction

Types of Blepharochalasis syndrome:

Broader types of Blepharochalasis syndrome:

How serious is Blepharochalasis syndrome?

Complications of Blepharochalasis syndrome: see complications of Blepharochalasis syndrome

What causes Blepharochalasis syndrome?

Causes of Blepharochalasis syndrome: see causes of Blepharochalasis syndrome

What are the symptoms of Blepharochalasis syndrome?

Symptoms of Blepharochalasis syndrome: see symptoms of Blepharochalasis syndrome

Complications of Blepharochalasis syndrome: see complications of Blepharochalasis syndrome

Blepharochalasis syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Blepharochalasis syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Blepharochalasis syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Blepharochalasis syndrome: Ophthalmologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Blepharochalasis syndrome.
Treatments for Blepharochalasis syndrome: see treatments for Blepharochalasis syndrome
Research for Blepharochalasis syndrome: see research for Blepharochalasis syndrome

Name of Blepharochalasis syndrome

Main name of condition: Blepharochalasis syndrome

 

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