Discontinuation of OAB medication dramatically improves the signs and symptoms of dry eye in a 65-year-old patient.
With all of the recent publications concerning dry eye disease, as well as updates on technology and pharmacologic agents to diagnose and treat it, many practitioners are tuning out of the conversation.
Scleral contact lenses are now a mainstream specialty lens modality that is embraced by optometry to manage a variety of ocular conditions.
“All fluorometholones are not the same,” said Beeran Meghpara, MD, and with good reason.
When ODs see the association between conditions, it can help patients understand treatment
Behold the significant, protective power of the eyelids
Knowing the clinical signs can aid diagnosis and treatment
Novel therapeutic approaches and drug-delivery technologies are improving control of pain and inflammation after cataract and other ocular surgeries.
Intense pulsed light (IPL) technology has the potential to revolutionize dry eye management and ocular surface disease.