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Patients with peripheral ulcerative keratitis need urgent attention—proper and timely intervention in many cases can save their lives.
The 20th anniversary of a landmark scientific discovery provides an opportunity to look into the future of ocular therapies.
Despite successful pterygium excision, a conjunctival elevation prompts referral to Wills’ Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery Services.
Recent onset of sudden, painless and bilateral decreased vision brings a young woman to seek emergency treatment.
A look at the composition of our tears and the pros and cons of our current methods of tear measurement.
Pharmaceutical therapies can cause or worsen ocular surface disease. Here’s how to minimize the problem.
This rare disorder can afflict older adults and the diagnosis is elusive.
A guide to understanding the process known as allergen priming, which plays a key role in allergic conjunctivitis.
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