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Pediculosis
Tuesday, 14 April 2009 22:51

 

What is Pediculosis? What is the treatment for Pediculosis?

 

Pediculosis is a sexually transmitted disease of the eyelashes occurring after being exposed to pubic lice. Pubic lice will invade the eyelashes causing itchy, irritated eyes and lid margins, burning, and eye redness. This is often a chronic disease. Treatment involves manually removing the lice, topical antibiotic ointments, anti lice shampoo, treat sexual partners, and washing all clothes and linens.

 

Treatment

Remove lice

Antibiotic ointment

Anti lice shampoo

Treat sexual partner

Wash clothes and linens

 

Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2013 00:08
 

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