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C Fenga, A Cacciola, P Aragona, R Spinella, S Ricciardo Calderaro, D Germanò
Blefaritis is one of the most common ocular disorders encountered in clinical practice. The clinical manifestation primarily occurs along the lid margin, and the predominant symptoms are itching and burning. In addition, the inflammation could cause a dysfunction of meibomian gland; this condition leads to ocular surface abnormalities. Objective of the present study was to determine if the Visual Display Terminals (VDT) work get worse the signs and symptoms of blefaritis in a group of 35 VDT operators. Results showed a correlation between burning, itching and corneal fluorescein staining and hour number a day of VDT work in the workers affected by blefaritis...
July 2003: Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro Ed Ergonomia
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