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" granulations" can be seen clinging to the lashes of both the upper and lower lids. In the staphylococcal type, the scales are dry, the lids are red, tiny ulcerated areas are found along the lid margins, and the lashes tend to fall out. In the seborrheic... "
Vaughan & Asbury's General Ophthalmology - Page 80
by Paul Riordan-Eva, John P. Whitcher - 2007 - 480 pages
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Clinical Ophthalmology

Kamal Kansal - Eye - 2023 - 162 pages
..."red-rimmed." Many scales or "granulations" can be seen clinging to the lashes of both the uppir and the lower lids. In the staphylococcal type, the scales...out. In the seborrheic type the scales are greasy, ulcération does not occur, and the lid margins are less red. In the more common mixed type, both dry...
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