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What we know about mucins and their role in protecting the eye from ocular surface disease.
How different drug formulations and dosing regimens may help ensure that patients take their medicine.
Continued exposure to an antigen may overcome an allergy, but there are still hurdles to clear before this approach is common.
A look at the value and utility of a range of diagnostic techniques and technology for anterior segment disease.
When a patient is taking drugs systemically, here are the ocular adverse events to be on the lookout for.
A breakdown of the corneal nerves, how they’re stimulated and how dry eye, trauma and contact lenses affect them.
A look at the damage dry eye causes and how reading tests might be good gauges of the disease’s clinical effects.
How models of disease, carried out in the clinic, can yield useful information about an ailment and treatments for it.
How living in an urban environment may foster an allergic response and the potential treatments waiting in the wings.
This ancient medical art may have some usefulness for patients seeking alternative ways to treat their disease.
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