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].


The changes are entirely benign and no treatment is needed.


Acta Derm Venereol 2011; 91: 211


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