Eyelid lesion or rash is encountered rarely on Symcat. We will add more content to this page if enough people like you show interest.
The most common causes of eyelid lesion or rash are conjunctivitis, stye, and contact dermatitis. Other possible causes, such as fungal infection of the skin, are more rare.
Within all the people who go to their doctor with eyelid lesion or rash, 50% report having eyelid swelling, 36% report having diminished vision, and 33% report having skin rash.
Patients with eyelid lesion or rash often receive complete physical skin exam performed (ml), excision, ophthalmic examination and evaluation, biopsy, other therapeutic procedures on eyelids; conjunctiva; cornea, injections and aspirations of muscles; tendons; bursa; joints and soft tissue, other non-or therapeutic procedures on skin and breast and lens and cataract procedures .
|Complete physical skin exam performed (ML)|
|Ophthalmic examination and evaluation (Eye exam)|
|Other therapeutic procedures on eyelids; conjunctiva; cornea||$962|
|Injections and aspirations of muscles; tendons; bursa; joints and soft tissue||$249|
|Other non-OR therapeutic procedures on skin and breast||$23|
|Lens and cataract procedures||$1016|
The most commonly prescribed drugs for patients with eyelid lesion or rash include dexamethasone-tobramycin ophthalmic, erythromycin, tobramycin ophthalmic, olopatadine ophthalmic, bacitracin ophthalmic, tacrolimus topical product, candesartan (atacand), tobramycin (tobi), timolol, ketoconazole, tolmetin, azithromycin ophthalmic and alclometasone topical .
|Tacrolimus Topical Product|
Groups of people at highest risk for eyelid lesion or rash include age 75+ years.