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Hordeolum Internum

Hordeolum Internal


  • Also called a sty (stye), hordeolum is an infection of the oil glands present in the eyelid. These glands are called the meibomian glands that secrete lubricants to keep the eyeball moist.[healthhearty.com]
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  • Presentation is abrupt with pain, redness and swelling. The reaction tends to be more severe than in an external stye. A red velvety area with a central yellow spot may be seen on the conjunctival surface through which pus will later discharge.[gpnotebook.co.uk]
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  • There is some evidence that flaxseed oil or fish oil may assist in keeping the oil flowing freely from the glands in the eyelids so they don’t become clogged and susceptible to bacterial infection. Women should never share cosmetics with others.[mastereyeassociates.com]
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  • Blepharitis Chalazion Ectropion Entropion Eyelid bump Eyelid drooping Eyelid lift Eyelid twitch Oculoplastic procedures [ Read More ][icdlist.com]
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  • It is usually seen as a complication of blepharitis. Hordeolum or styes are common in infants and can affect people of all ages. It is generally triggered due to poor nutrition, lack of hygiene, continuous rubbing of eyes and even sleep deprivation.[healthhearty.com]
  • A stye may be related to blepharitis , which should be treated regularly to avoid styes.[mastereyeassociates.com]
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  • Treatment of chalazia with intralesional triamcinolone injection . Journal of the American Optometric Association 1990 ; 61 (12):904‐6. PubMed CAS Briner AM. Treatment of common eyelid cysts . Australian Family Physician 1987 ; 16 (6):828‐30.[cochranelibrary.com]
  • Treatment Although a stye usually disappears on its own, there are certain treatments that can be used for the ones that are persistent.[home-remedies-for-you.com]
  • If the stye does not get better within 3-5 days treatment by an eye doctor is recommended.[mastereyeassociates.com]


  • Prognosis of Styes Although styes are usually harmless and complications are rare, styes often recur. Styes normally heal using the treatment described above with no vision complications.[mastereyeassociates.com]
  • The prognosis is better if one does not attempt to squeeze or puncture the stye, as infection may spread to adjacent tissues.[en.wikipedia.org]


  • Certain conditions have both an underlying etiology and multiple body system manifestations due to the underlying etiology.[icd10coded.com]
  • Internal Hordeolum : Definition, Etiology, Signs, Symptoms, Pictures, & Management Definition Hordeolum Internum is a suppurative inflammation of the meibomian gland associated with blockage of the duct.[doctoralerts.com]
  • Etiology: Normally, sebaceous meibomian glands of the eyelid produce an oily substance (meibum) that forms the hydrophobic lipid layer of the tear film.[pedclerk.bsd.uchicago.edu]
  • Etiology Staphylococcus aureus is the agent of infection in 90-95% of cases of hordeolum. Pathophysiology Hordeolum externum is the result of the blockade and the infection of Zeiss or Moll glands.[medicalophthalmology.blogspot.com]
  • Etiologi Apa sih penyebab dari Timbilen atau Hordeolum ini? 90-95% kasus hordeolum disebabkan Staphylococcus aureus.[masihduniamedis.blogspot.com]


  • Epidemiology Frequency United States Exact incidence of the disease is unknown, but it is a common entity. International No difference exists between US and international occurrence. Sex No sexual predilection exists.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Epidemiology More common in children and teenagers III.[fpnotebook.com]
  • […] of the eyelid margin involving the sebaceous gland of an eyelash (external hordeolum) or a meibomian gland (internal hordeolum) System(s) affected: Skin/Exocrine Synonym(s): Internal hordeolum; External hordeolum; Zeisian stye; Meibomian stye; Stye Epidemiology[tipsdiscover.com]
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  • PATHOPHYSIOLOGY  A chalazion forms when the meibomian gland becomes blocked and sebaceous secretions accumulate.[slideshare.net]
  • Pathophysiology Hordeolum externum is the result of the blockade and the infection of Zeiss or Moll glands. Hordeolum internum is the result of infection in Meibom glands located in the tarsus.[medicalophthalmology.blogspot.com]
  • Pathophysiology Staphylococcus aureus is the infectious agent in 90-95% of cases of hordeolum. An external hordeolum arises from a blockage and infection of Zeiss or Moll sebaceous glands.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Pathophysiology Types External Hordeolum (stye) External zeis ( Sweat Gland ) infection Internal Hordeolum Internal meibomian gland ( Sebaceous Gland ) infection Localized superficial abscess Usually caused by Staphylococcus aureus infection of the eyelash[fpnotebook.com]


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  • Proper hygiene like washing hands frequently will help prevent the spread of external as well as internal hordeolum. Never share your towels and cosmetics with anyone to prevent spread of infection.[healthhearty.com]
  • Preventing Styes Preventing a stye is primarily a function of improved hygiene around the eyelid area. Regular use of eyelid scrubs (e.g. SteriLid Eyelid Cleanser or Ocusoft Lid Scrubs) will greatly reduce the incidence of stye formation.[mastereyeassociates.com]
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