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Who is more likely to be affected by ocular rosacea?

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About 13 million Americans have rosacea, mostly adults ages 30 to 60. More than half of them have ocular rosacea -- in fact, it can show up in the eyes first. And some people only have ocular rosacea.

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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