CLASStime: Dry eye disease

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CLASStime: Dry eye disease

By Nick Mathew
Dry eye disease

Dry eye disease affects a large number of people and causes a significant degree of morbidity. It can usually never be cured, but good management of the underlying causes can allow significant improvements in quality of life. Nick Mathew provides an overview of this common condition and its management in primary and secondary care

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