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New technologies and the proper approach may tip the balance between the extra chair time required and extra profits.
As technology advances, our ability to uncover and monitor the disease continues to improve.
This ancient medical art may have some usefulness for patients seeking alternative ways to treat their disease.
New options are making it easy to visualize the condition of a patient’s meibomian glands, with no patient discomfort.
Many eyes can be rehabilitated before surgery, say surgeons, but you still have to be vigilant for intractable cases.
An in-depth look at the two conditions common to many patients: allergic conjunctivitis and dry eye.
A new test for the amount of the protein lactoferrin on the ocular surface might hold the potential for diagnosis and treatment.
Adding a quantifiable element to diagnosis may help clinicians catch and treat dry eye.
Meibomian gland dysfunction has become a topic of increasing interest, but many questions remain unanswered.
Highlights from the final Fort Lauderdale meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
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