Researchers evaluated the subclinical corneas of scleral lens wearers after 3 months.
Researchers analyzed real-world evidence on the safety and efficacy of dupilumab to treat atopic dermatitis.
Researchers breakdown the process of optimizing the ocular surface prior to surgical intervention for limbal stem cell deficiency.
Researchers say that conjunctivitis, which can develop with dupilumab treatment of atopic dermatitis, can be treated using topical corticosteroids and other immunomodulators.
Researchers sought to evaluate IOL calculation methods for patients with keratoectatic disorders and found a hybrid approach may be ideal.
Researchers found a significant decrease in anterior elevation in pediatric patients who underwent epi-off crosslinking, but no significant changes in anterior elevation values in those who underwent A-epi-on crosslinking.
Fibrosis in the periductal conjunctiva, not inflammation in the lacrimal glands, causes the severe aqueous tear deficiency in Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
Researchers determined the prevalence and factors associated with osteoporosis and fragility fractures in patients with primary Sjögren syndrome.
Researchers compared the health-related quality of life in patients with Sjögren syndrome, with and without peripheral neuropathy.
Researchers aimed to characterize prevalence of Sjögren syndrome among children with recurrent parotitis.
Therapy-induced ocular adverse events may be associated with pre-existing dry eye disease, eyelid eczema, and a history of a food allergy, among other conditions.