Stephen Pflugfelder discusses the important topic of definitions in dry eye disease, and why it’s important for ophthalmologists to have a clear definition of the disease.
1. How is dry eye disease currently defined? (0:04)
2. Why do we need a new definition for dry eye disease? (0:49)
3. What are the most exciting emerging tools for diagnosing dry eye disease? (1:27)
4. What are the unmet treatment needs, and how could current research help to address them? (2:09)
Filmed in partnership with European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE).
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