Despite recent advances in understanding of dry eye disease, diagnosis of this common disorder still depends on a multipronged evaluation combination findings from patient history and clinical examination.
Cheryl Guttman Krader
Use of a commercially available artificial tear product containing propylene glycol as a demulcent and phospholipids in a proprietary emulsion technology reduces tear evaporation for at least 60 minutes post-instillations in patients with aqueous deficient dry eye disease associated with a MGD.
Preoperative cone location appears to affect topographic and visual acuity outcomes of CXL, according to study results.
Results of a study using optical coherence tomography to quantify the tear meniscus provide objective evidence that punctal plugs provide rapid and durable benefits when used from treatment of dry eye.