Tag Archives: Clinical Insight

A case of Pain in the Eyes

Richard Maharaj OD, FAAO is the director of interventional dry eye services at the Prism Eye Institute in Southern Ontario. He obtained his Doctor of Optometry from the University of Waterloo and is a Fellow of the American Academy of … Continue reading

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Use of a scleral contact lens to manage a patient with a persistent epithelial defect due to neurotrophic keratitis

Melanie Frogozo provides a case report of using a scleral lens to manage a persistent epithelial defect. Continue reading

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Patient handout: Replace your contact lenses on time

Download our patient handout, developed by Alison Ng, to use as a starting point for conversations with patients about why it’s important to follow recommended replacement schedules. Continue reading

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Case Report: Novel use of Non-Invasive Tear Break Up Time (NITBUT) to Confirm Symptomatic Description of a Recently Described Phenomenon Related to COVID-19 Safety Measures: Mask-Associated Dry Eye (MADE)

Keyur Patel presents a case study of a patient experiencing mask-associated dry eye (MADE) Continue reading

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Case study: MGD in a nine-year-old child

Dr. O’Dell graduated from Salus University and completed a residency at the Baltimore VA Hospital. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a diplomate of the American Board of Optometry and a member of the OGS, TFOS, … Continue reading

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Three Case Series Report: The use of Axial Length in Myopia Management Clinical Decision Making

Dr Shalu Pal, OD, FAAO, FSLS, FBCLA is a member of the Global Myopia Symposium CE committee, co-editor for Mastering Myopia Newsletter, advisor for the Global Council of Myopia Management, editorial advisor for Review of Myopia Management & a researcher … Continue reading

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CLEAR Summary

Each CLEAR paper tackles a separate area related to contact lens practice. The summary below brings together the key points across all of those reports to help inform evidence-based practice. This practical guide walks through the steps of a typical … Continue reading

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A contemporary look at allergic conjunctivitis

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Case Study: Utilizing Meibography to Address Contact Lens Intolerance

Andrea Lasby, OD, FAAO, FSLS graduated with a Doctor of Optometry at the University of Waterloo in 2013. She completed a Cornea and Contact Lens Residency at Northeastern State University, Oklahoma College of Optometry, in 2014. Dr. Lasby currently practices … Continue reading

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Infographic: Mask Associated Dry Eye (MADE)

While wearing a mask is important in helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19, it can impact ocular comfort. First coined by an Ophthalmologist in the US, this particular sequelae has been termed mask associated dry eye, or ‘MADE’.1 If … Continue reading

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