What is it about?

We describe various imaging techniques for diagnosis, monitoring and prognosis of dry eye.

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Why is it important?

There is no single gold standard test for use in dry eye. These methods allow for relatively non-invasive monitoring of patients as well as classification of dry eye into subtypes.

Perspectives

Clinical tools such as non-invasive tear break up, meibography and ASOCT for tear meniscus are increasingly used in clinical practice. Many ophthalmologists are still unclear about their indications and purpose.

Prof Louis Tong
National University of Singapore

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This page is a summary of: Objective Imaging Diagnostics for Dry Eye Disease, Journal of Ophthalmology, July 2020, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, DOI: 10.1155/2020/3509064.
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