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Red Eye Could Be Caused by Rosacea

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"Unilateral or bilateral red eye is frequently found in association with primarily systemic diseases. The systemic dermatological diseases in which red eye occurs include rosacea, molluscum contagiosum, and, commonly, severe atopy. Interdisciplinary management of these patients must not be neglected, as the ocular involvement may extend as far as sterile corneal perforation."

Journal ListDtsch Arztebl Intv.114(17); 2017 AprPMC5443986
Dtsch Arztebl Int. 2017 Apr; 114(17): 302–312.
Published online 2017 Apr 28. doi:  10.3238/arztebl.2017.0302
PMCID: PMC5443986
Continuing Medical Education
Red Eye: A Guide for Non-specialists
Andreas Frings, Dr., Gerd Geerling, Prof. FEBO, and Marc Schargus, PD Dr. MHBA, FEBO

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