ORANGE PALPEBRAL SPOTS

Clinical

Orange areas on the upper eyelids in older patients is characteristic. It is probably quite common as one investigator found “orange palpebral spots” in 15 of 326 (4.6%) consecutive patients [Ophthalmology in press 2015 May 20].

Treatment

The changes are entirely benign and no treatment is needed.

References

Acta Derm Venereol 2011; 91: 211

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