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What happens if ocular rosacea is not treated?

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If it’s not treated, in rare circumstances, severe ocular rosacea can cause serious problems. There can be scarring in your eyelid or damage to your cornea -- the clear covering over your eye. Both of these can affect your vision.

From: What Is Ocular Rosacea? WebMD Medical Reference

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University of Texas Health Science Center: “Ocular Rosacea.”

National Rosacea Society: “Frequently Asked Questions,” “Ocular Rosacea Can Threaten Sight,” “Researchers Make Advances in Understanding of Ocular Rosacea,” “What Your Eyes Might Be Telling You.”

Reviewed by Alan Kozarsky on May 11, 2018

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University of Texas Health Science Center: “Ocular Rosacea.”

National Rosacea Society: “Frequently Asked Questions,” “Ocular Rosacea Can Threaten Sight,” “Researchers Make Advances in Understanding of Ocular Rosacea,” “What Your Eyes Might Be Telling You.”

Reviewed by Alan Kozarsky on May 11, 2018

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