Ocular Surface Anomalies

How Systemic Drugs Trigger Dry Eye Disease

More than 20% of the most popular oral agents in health care impact the ocular surface. Find out which are the biggest offenders and what to do about it.
11/15/2022

Conjunctivitis: Know Your Differentials

The various forms of this condition display similar signs and symptoms, which can make a specific diagnosis challenging.
11/15/2022

Facts and Fiction about Adenoviral Conjunctivitis

Here’s what current research tells us about how to best diagnose and treat this highly transmissible infection.
11/15/2022

Checking Under the Hood: How to Evaluate the Lid and Ocular Surface

Recognizing minor signs of underlying ocular surface or lid disease requires a thorough evaluation. Here’s a guide to a comprehensive exam of the ocular surface.
11/20/2018

The Conjunctiva in Crisis: Ocular Irritation Unmasked

When conjunctival calamities strike, here’s how to identify the cause and come up with a plan.
11/15/2017

When Dry Eye Compromises Corneal Integrity

Your patients’ blurry vision, keratitis and infections could be caused by ocular surface disease.
11/15/2017

A Red Eye: Scleritis or Episcleritis?

Differentiating between the two is crucial to ensure you initiate the right treatment.
11/15/2017

Glaucoma Therapy: Don’t Forget the Ocular Surface

Following the mantra “do no harm” can be a challenge when prescribing topical glaucoma medications. These tips can help minimize damage.
11/15/2017

Upcoming Events

December 9-10, 2022

West Coast Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
Program Co-chairs: Murray Fingeret, OD, and Robert N. Weinreb, MD
Up to 12 LIVE COPE Credits (approval pending)

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December 10-11, 2022

Retina Update 2022
Location: Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
Program Co-chairs: Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, and Steven Ferrucci, OD
Up to 11 LIVE COPE Credits (approval pending)

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