EUROPEAN OPHTHALMIC REVIEW – VOLUME 13 – ISSUE 2 – WINTER 2019
Welcome to our Winter edition! This edition opens with an important update from the Editor-in-Chief Maurizio Battaglia Parodi, who will be stepping aside from his role. A massive thank you to Maurizio for all of his help and guidance over the past few years.
We hope you enjoy this edition, with a strong focus on dry eye disease, with focus on sex and gender, the impact of screen use and management strategies. We also include articles on glaucoma and corneal disorders for you to enjoy.
Welcome to the winter edition of European Ophthalmic Review, including a variety of articles across the ophthalmic landscape including dry eye disease and glaucoma. We hope you enjoy these latest insights and find them useful and relevant to your practice. I would like to take this opportunity to announce my departure from the role of […]
Sex, Gender and Hormones in Dry Eye Disease
A Topical Preservative-free Fixed-dose Combination Remedy in Patients with Glaucoma with Insufficient Response to Monotherapy – The VISIONARY Study
Glaucoma is a progressive optic neuropathy and is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide.1 Despite substantial improvements in technology, therapies, and our understanding of the disease, people continue to go blind from glaucoma due to inadequate disease control.1 Medical treatment is initiated with a single topical hypotensive agent, as recommended by the European Glaucoma Society.2 However, monotherapy […]
Dry Eye in Video Display Terminal Users
Dry eye is a common ocular condition that results in eye pain and discomfort, visual disturbance and substantially affects quality of life.1 The incidence of dry eye is markedly increasing due to the expansion in the global internet network.2 The use of video display terminals (VDT) and other devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones is now […]
Evaluation of Corneal Oedema – Tools we Have and Those Under Investigation
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