Dry eye specialists should be on the lookout for ‘zebras’ in the summer

It is summertime in the northern latitudes, and all is well in the dry eye clinics of North America. Remember how hard it was to be a dry eye doc last winter during the polar vortex? All of your patients felt lousy, and every day you questioned the wisdom of treating dry eye. Now, the weather is warm, the humidity is high, you are between the allergy vortex of the shoulder seasons, and all of your patients are convinced that you are a genius. Be careful, though. The summer clime (Read more...)

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