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    An Introduction to Ocular Surface Disease

    Ocular surface disease is a prevalent condition, and with the increasing use of screens and monitors, this trend is likely to continue. Treatment options include artificial tears and gels, short courses of corticosteroids and prescription drugs cyclosporine 0.05% and lifitegrast 5%. Several devices have recently been introduced that help to relieve meibomian gland congestion and offer an alternative treatment.

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