Tag Archives: Clinical Insight

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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Practitioner Reference: Disinfecting your Diagnostics

Download our practitioner reference containing the correct steps necessary to disinfect reusable diagnostic lenses in practice.

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