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Tear film disorders of dogs: a review of qualitative and quantitative dry eye disease

Talk Overview
Dry eye disease (or keratoconjunctivitis sicca) has traditionally been viewed as only a deficiency in the quantity of tears being produced. With recent advances in diagnostic technology, qualitative tear film deficiency is now being recognised as a superbly under-diagnosed condition in canine patients (and in humans as well!). Qualitative tear film disorders occur when enough tears are produced, but the tear film constituents are poor and so tears can not provide their inherent roles needed to ensure corneal health. 

Join this tear-jerking talk, exploring recent advances in the diagnoses and management of both qualitative and quantitative dry eye disease!
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