April 2001 Issue
Better manage seasonal allergic conjunctivitis by learning the mechanisms behind it and which medications best treat the disease.
Two practitioners conduct their own study to determine if a soft bifocal lens would be a success in their practice.
This final article of a three-part series examines U.S. patents for treating dry eye with pharmacological agents and acupuncture.
An FDA classification allows a single-use lens to claim relief with seasonal allergic conjunctivitis.