Table 1: MF case demographic, clinical, and examination characteristics.

CaseAge (years)SexClinical signsComplaintsVAExaminationGeneral management

167Minfiltrative plaques, scaly lesionsIMPAIRED VISION
ITCHING, EYELASH CRUSTS,
WATERY EYES
OD 0.7
OE 0.6
Eyelid thickening, blepharitis/conjunctivitis, eyelash and eyebrow flaking, filamentary keratitis, nuclear 2+ cataract

277Merythema patches, pruritusIMPAIRED VISIONOD 0.6
OE 0.6
Eyelid thickening, PSC cataract

356Mmaculopapular rash and itchy lesionsBURNINGOD 1.0
OE 1.0
Exuberant pingueculaePH

472Ferythema patches, pruritusBURNING
IMPAIRED VISION
OD 0.6
OE 0.6
Exuberant pingueculae
Mild axial cataract
PH

562Ferythema patches, scale, pruritusREDNESS;
BURNING
OD 0.9
OE 0.9
Exuberant pingueculae, Macular RPE changePH

629MFine scale, itchy maculesREDNESS
WATERY EYES
OD 1.0
OE 0.9
Blepharitis, eyelash flaking

751Merythema patches, pruritusITCHINGOD 1.0
OE 1.0
BlepharitisPH

852Mmaculo-papulomatous and itchy lesionsBURNING; CRUSTS, REDNESSOD 1.0
OE 1.0
Blepharitis, eyelid thickeningPH

Average58.2M (75%)Erythematous-scaling plaques or rash 87.5%
Pruritus 62.5%
Infiltrative plaques: 12%
BURNING 50%
IMPAIRED VISION 37.5%
REDNESS 37.5%
ITCHING 25%
CRUSTS 25%
WATERY EYES 25%
OD 0.9
OD 0.9
Blepharitis 50%
Cataract 37.5%
Eyelid thickening 37.5%
Pingueculae 37.5%
Eyelash flaking 25.0%
Filamentary keratitis 12.5%
Macular RPE change 12.5%
PH 62.5%

M = male, F = female, VA = corrected visual acuity, PH = phototherapy, PSC = posterior subcapsular cataract, RPE = retinal pigment epithelium.