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Children with dry eye type conditions may report less severe symptoms than adult patients.
To compare the symptom scores of children with those of adults with the same degree of mild ocular surface signs.
This study included patients with at least one ocular surface symptom and sign. Data obtained from 45 subjects aged 8.79 ± 2.95 yr (Mean ± SD) (pediatric group) and 45 adults aged 52.87 ± 10.87 yr (adult group) who
Pediatric ocular rosacea: 2 cases.
To report the clinical course of 2 pediatric ocular rosacea cases with a significant delay until diagnosis.
We report 2 interventional case reports. Case 1 is a 10-year-old boy with 2 years of recurrent bilateral blepharitis, repetition chalazion, conjunctival hyperemia, and corneal ulcers, without response to topical antibiotics or topical and systemic steroids. Case 2 is a 9-year-old girl with keratoconjunctivitis