Lid laxity and the concurrent signs of ocular surface disease

May 3, 2018

Lower eyelid lid laxity impacts a variety of eye disorders. Tracy Doll, OD, of Pacific University College of Optometry, explains how patients with loose lower eyelids may present with signs of dry eye disease and how to treat those patients to make them more comfortable at ARVO 2018 in Honolulu.

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Lower eyelid lid laxity impacts a variety of eye disorders. Tracy Doll, OD, of Pacific University College of Optometry, explains how patients with loose lower eyelids may present with signs of dry eye disease and how to treat those patients to make them more comfortable at ARVO 2018 in Honolulu.