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  • A STEPWISE APPROACH TO DRY EYE

    A STEPWISE APPROACH TO DRY EYE

     1: A STEPWISE APPROACH TO DRY EYE Normal Tear Film: 1: Superficial lipid layer: meibomian gland sec.  Reduces tear film evaporation, lubricates. 2: Central aqueous layer: lacrimal gland (reflex )  Acc. Lacrimal glands (basic) 3: Inner mucin layer: goblet cells…

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  • A WATERY EYE

    A WATERY EYE

    Clinical Assessment: In a patient presenting with a watery eye, it is very important to distinguish whether the watering is due to excessive tear production (lacrimation) or due to poor drainage from the lacrimal system (epiphora). Normally, there is a state…

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  • AMBLYOPIA MANAGEMENT

    AMBLYOPIA MANAGEMENT

    It is a very important, under-diagnosed and mismanaged condition which is treatable AT ANY AGE!!! When a patient is seen in the clinic, the clinician should have answers to the following Questions: How does it occur ?Why in this particular…

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