Cornea and External DiseaseJournal Articles

 
 
  • Corneal Refractive Surgery-related Dry Eye Dry eye is common after corneal refractive surgery. What are the possible interventions clinicians can consider to avoid, prevent, and treat this complication?
  • Factors Associated With Contact Lens-Related Dry Eye Could factors other than compliance be why patients experience dry eye with contact lens wear, and if so, what are they?
  • Clinical Profile of Infectious Keratitis in Children How does infectious keratitis develop and present in children, and how important is it for clinicians to quickly diagnose and treat.
  • Ultraviolet A and Riboflavin Therapy for Corneal Ulcers Is ultraviolet A and riboflavin therapy effective in the management of corneal ulcers that are unresponsive to medical management?
  • Thermal Massager vs Artificial Tears to Treat Dry Eye In the treatment of dry eye, does a thermal massager work as well as artificial teardrops? This new study compares the 2 treatment options.
  • Surgical Treatment of Long-term Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis Is a surgical treatment using the tailored amniotic membrane effective for patients suffering from atopic keratoconjunctivitis?
  • Management of Corneal Lacerations and Perforations Corneal lacerations and perforations represent a large percentage of ocular trauma cases, and quick diagnosis is important. What is the best way to manage these types of ocular injuries?
  • Microbial Keratitis With Bandage Soft Contact Lenses Are there patterns of bandage soft contact lens use, disease states, or exposures that increase the risk for microbial keratitis?
  • Effect of Anti-glaucoma Medications on Tear Osmolarity Are patients on chronic topical anti-glaucoma medication, as well as post-trabeculectomy patients, more likely to have raised tear film osmolarity and dry eye symptoms suggestive of ocular surface disease? This new study investigates.
  • Amniotic Membrane ProKera for Ocular Surface Disorders How safe and effective is ProKera, an amniotic membrane, in the management of ocular surface disorders?
  • Allergic Conjunctivitis Learn a logical paradigm for the diagnosis and treatment of ocular allergies, with a focus on seasonal allergic conjunctivitis and perennial allergic conjunctivitis.
  • Corneal Reshaping Influences Myopic Prescription Stability Could orthokeratology influence the rate of progression of myopia in children?
  • Tear Lipid Layer Deficiency Could incomplete blinking cause a tear lipid deficiency, even in patients with unobstructed meibomian glands?
  • Characteristics of Sjogren's Syndrome in RA Patients with Sjogren's Syndrome in Rheumatoid Arthritis have distinctive demographic, clinical and serological features.
  • The Coming Age of Enophthalmos How is the newly recognized phenomenon of age-related enophthalmos best diagnosed and treated?
  • Femtosecond Laser and Microkeratome-Assisted DSAEK How safe and effective is femtosecond laser and microkeratome-assisted Descemet stripping endothelial keratoplasty, and does it improve visual acuity in patients with corneal disease?
  • Pain and Decreased Vision in a Teenager What is causing the pain and vision problems in this 14-year-old? Could contact lenses be the culprit?
  • Higher-Order Aberrations After LASIK How does femtosecond lenticule extraction compare to wavefront-guided LASIK in terms of visual acuity, higher order aberrations, and corneal asphericity for the correction of myopia?
  • Modern Management of Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia Are surgical techniques or medical approaches preferred in the management of ocular surface squamous neoplasia? This study explores the most recent advances.
  • Hormones and Dry Eye Syndrome This review explores the connection between hormonal imbalances and dry eye syndrome, including an association with diabetes mellitus, estrogen level declines, and thyroid disorders.
 
 
 
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