Immune IssuesDealing with graft-vs.-host disease can cause a dysfunctional ocular surface. Learn what the symptoms are and how to mitigate them.
The Epithelium in Distress: From RCE to DystrophyTo provide comprehensive patient care, optometrists must have a clear understanding of the function and pathophysiology of this structure.
Consider Serology for HSVThis test might make sense for tackling the great masquerader.
Cell DysfunctionThe effects of trabeculectomy with mitomycin C led to this diagnosis.
The Consequences of Corneal Endothelial CompromiseOptometrists must recognize the signs to ensure proper diagnosis and treatment.
A Flaky PatientSigns of pseudoexfoliation should raise suspicion for glaucoma.
Herpes Simplex Keratitis: Managing the MasqueraderThis review can help you better identify, diagnose and treat this condition.
When a Red Eye Prompts a Red AlertBe on the lookout for neoplastic ocular surface lesions and know proper management techniques if you run into one.
Hot Topics in Bacterial KeratitisUnderstanding common pathogens and effective treatments is essential in managing these patients with the most successful results.
Take On Neurotrophic Keratitis With These Clinical ToolsThe more it progresses, the more challenging it becomes, so early detection and diagnosis are key.