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- AS-Cosmetics and the Ocular Surface
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AS-Nope, Thats Not Just Dry Eye: Other Corneal Diseases
The cornea is the window of the eye. When it becomes compromised patients are unable to see clearly. Dry eye disease is one of the most common problems of the cornea, however it is not the only one. This lecture will discuss other common corneal diseases that should be managed to help maintain the health and clarity of the cornea.
Cecelia Koetting, O.D.
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