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PURPOSE This review article examines the prevalence, etiology, and current therapies of dry eye disease, with special focus on postmenopausal women. METHOD A systematic literature search utilizing MEDLINE was conducted to identify peer-reviewed articles related to dry eye published prior to September 2008. The terms "dry eye" and "women" were searched in(More)
Two patients who received a minus-power intraocular lens implanted as a secondary piggyback to correct pseudophakic myopia experienced pupillary optic capture following dilation in the early postoperative period. Both cases were successfully managed by pressing the optic back into the ciliary sulcus and constricting the pupil with pilocarpine.
A case is presented of a patient with an unexpected poor visual result and subsequent correction following cataract removal surgery via phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation using a toric intraocular lens implant (IOL). The initial operation resulted in an uncorrected vision of 20/100 (0.70 logMAR). Retrospective analysis of the patient's(More)
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