Dry Eye

Using Today’s Dry-Eye Diagnostic Tools

Clinicians explain how the current crop of tests and instruments fit into the diagnostic picture.
10/05/2015

Delving into the Dry-Eye Pipeline

Novel compounds of all sorts, from anti-inflammatories to receptor inhibitors, are on the way.
10/05/2015

What to Expect from Your Dry-Eye Device

Results from devices used in-office that take the treatment onus off of the patient.
10/05/2015

Dry Eye: More Than a Symptomatic Disease

You can now determine whether Sjögren’s syndrome is contributing to your patients’ dry eyes.
11/11/2014

In the Dry-Eye Pipeline: Slow Progress

New agents are promising, but approvals are likely several years away.
11/11/2014

Is It Dry Eye, Allergy Or Infection?

Although these conditions are usually easy to identify, they can sometimes mimic one another.
11/11/2014

Putting Dry Eye to the Test

Experts describe the best ways to incorporate the latest point-of-care dry-eye tests into your ocular surface disease workup.
11/11/2014

Can Treating Dry-Eye Boost Your Bottom Line?

New technologies and the proper approach may tip the balance between the extra chair time required and extra profits.
10/08/2013

Dry-Eye Diagnosis: 21st-Century Tools

As technology advances, our ability to uncover and monitor the disease continues to improve.
10/08/2013

An Objective Look at Dry-Eye Syndrome

A new test for the amount of the protein lactoferrin on the ocular surface might hold the potential for diagnosis and treatment.
12/07/2012