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Dry Eye Symptoms: Causes and Treatments    
As discussed in the Introduction article, there are three main areas that contribute to dry eye symptoms: Inadequate tear production Tears that evaporate too quickly from the ocular surfaces Imbalance between the three main components of normal tears Inadequate Tear Production A tear film that isn’t adequate to cover the surface of the eye completely on each blink can cause discomfort and leaves the eyes open to possible secondary infection. The source of thi...Read More
 
Dry Eye Symptoms: Introduction    
There are multiple causes behind the symptoms, so finding the specific cause and the best treatment is not as straightforward as it may seem. Also, the term “dry eyes” may actually be one symptom of other conditions, such as  Sjogren’s Syndrome, Meibomian Gland Dysfunction , or, simply  Dry Eye Syndrome . Dry eyes may be one aspect of a long-term medical issue, be caused by certain medications or result from short-term disruption of th...Read More
 
Dry Eye Symptoms: Meibomian Gland Dysfunction    
Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is the term used for a family of eyelid margin disorders that cause symptoms such as redness, swelling, itching or burning, dryness, crusty lid margins, grittiness, and even the eventual loss of eyelashes. MGD is also known as blepharitis, meibomeitis, meibomitis, blepharoconjunctivitis and several other terms. In some studies, blepharitis is considered to be caused by MGD. Currently, there are efforts being made to classify this entire range of co...Read More
 
 
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