Diseases, conditions, and drugs associated with cicatricial ectropion.

  title={Diseases, conditions, and drugs associated with cicatricial ectropion.},
  author={Julia Dutra Rossetto and Carolina Pelegrini Barbosa Gracitelli and Tammy Hentona Osaki and Midori H. Osaki},
  journal={Arquivos brasileiros de oftalmologia},
Cicatricial ectropion may be a consequence of certain systemic diseases as well as the result of drug use. Our goal here was to research the different causes of this condition as reported in the literature, including more recently suspected etiologies. A detailed PubMed literature search indicated many different etiologies were associated with cicatricial ectropion development, from severe cases of systemic diseases, such as ichthyosis and lupus erythematosus, to reversible scenarios secondary… Expand
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Successful correction of ichthyosis‐related ectropion by autografts
Ichthyosis patients with ectropion resistant to medical treatment, benefit from surgical treatment with full layer autografts, and in boys, prepuce can be successfully used as autografted. Expand
The role of lid margin structures in the meibomian gland function and ocular surface health
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Cicatricial Ectropion in Ichthyosis: A Novel Approach to Treatment
To the authors' knowledge, this is a unique case in which penile foreskin has been used to correct cicatricial ectropion and there was successful resolution of the eye symptoms and a watertight closure. Expand
[Cicatricial ectropion and ichthyosis. Apropos of 4 cases].
The authors describe the surgical treatment with skin grafts, with good results in the first post operative period only in two adults and two newborns, who had good results with medical treatment only. Expand
Discoid lupus erythematosus masquerading as chronic blepharoconjunctivitis.
Heightened awareness of eyelid DLE may lead to earlier detection and specific therapy for this chronic disorder. Expand
Cicatricial Ectropion Secondary to Psoriatic Arthritis
A 68-year-old woman with a 2-year history of psoriatic arthritis presented a very dry skin, also in the periocular region, resulting in cicatricial ectropion, which is characterized by the eversion of the eyelid margin and the consequent exposure of the conjunctiva and cornea. Expand
Severe Oculofacial Sequelae of Cutaneous Blastomyces dermatitidis.
Primary treatment included intravenous amphotericin B followed by long-term oral itraconazole which resulted in complete remission of the disease without debridement, after which cicatricial ectropion was repaired surgically with scar release, full-thickness skin graft, and temporary Frost tarsorraphy. Expand
Cicatricial ectropion in progressive skin diseases
Patients with lamellar ichthyosis and with eruptive Grzybowski-type keratoacanthoma were followed for up to 10 years to report the clinical course, patient care and treatment of cicatricial ectropion in patients with progressive skin diseases. Expand
Severe chronic blepharitis and scarring ectropion associated with discoid lupus erythematosus
A 45‐year‐old Caucasian woman with a 21‐year history of eyelid redness and irritation with a diagnosis of discoid lupus erythematosus is described, resulting in cicatricial ectropion. Expand
Cicatricial ectropion: a complication of systemic fluorouracil.
What appear to be the first two cases of this complication presented in the ophthalmic literature of cicatricial ectropion caused by fluourouracil are presented. Expand
Surgical treatment of cicatricial ectropion in lamellar ichthyosis
Prepuce is an alternative donor tissue in male patients with no other available donor site and to the authors' knowledge, this is the second report of cicatricial ectropion corrected with a penile skin graft. Expand
[Congenital ectropion in ichthyosis congenita mitis and gravis].
In mild forms of congenital ichthyosis surgical treatment of eyelid ectropion is not required, and in more severe cases a skin graft may become necessary. Expand