Hordeolum and Chalazion Treatment: The Full Gamut

June 28th, 2002

Hordeola and chalazia are some of the most common inflammatory eyelid disorders encountered in optometric practice. Many patients try to treat these lesions conservatively using home remedies or over-the-counter medication. Often, such treatment is efficacious and the lesion resolves as intended. In those individuals where the condition persists, the optometrist may be consulted for more definitive care.

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