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The watershed algorithm was used first to find the desired area in the image, and then the fuzzy C -means clustering algorithm was used to cluster the targets. The results showed that after therapy, the indicators of group E1 and group E2 were markedly lower than those before treatment, and that the differences were statistically significant. The clinical signs of E1 and E2 following therapy were strikingly different from those before treatment. Compared to the scores of clinical signs and clinical signs of recovery, those of group E1 showed the most significant differences, indicating the best treatment result. In conclusion, the treatment of demodectic blepharitis with the improved watershed system could be enhanced, and microscopic photographs paired with meibomian gland microprobe showed the best results in the treatment of demodectic blepharitis with the microscopic images combined with meibomian gland microprobe.
Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35720025
A retrospective, noncomparative study of 17 blepharitis patients aged between 5 and 16 years old was done to investigate the safety and effectiveness of low fluence intense pulsed light for treating pediatric patients with moderate-to-severe blepharitis and their ability to determine potential causes of meibomian gland dysfunction. Low fluence IPL seems to be a safe and effective alternative for moderate-to-severe pediatric blepharitis, and MG dropout is prone to recover in younger patients.
Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35683467
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