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Une blépharite est une inflammation du revêtement cutané des paupières. Les blépharites entrent souvent dans le cadre des affections dermatologiques.

La blépharite est souvent d’origine microbienne ou résultat d’une allergie. Cette affection peut produire des irrégularités des paupières (granulations) dans la petite enfance. La blépharite peut être non infectieuse ou infectieuse.

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