Dry Eye Diagnosis and Treatment


In this video Mina Massaro-Giordano, MD, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eye syndrome). A condition that might more accurately be described as tear film dysfunction syndrome, dry eye syndrome (DES) is caused by lipid, aqueous and mucin deficiencies at the eye. Dr. Massaro-Giordano explores these defects in detail, and the variety of medical and technological therapies now available to treat them. 

This video was produced for The Scheie Eye Institute Best Practices in Ophthalmology series by CMEinfo, a registered trademark of Oakstone Publishing, LLC, Birmingham, AL . The complete video may be ordered here


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