Conjunctival allergen challenge: models in the investigation of ocular allergy.

@article{Abelson2003ConjunctivalAC,
  title={Conjunctival allergen challenge: models in the investigation of ocular allergy.},
  author={Mark B. Abelson and Oliver Loeffler},
  journal={Current allergy and asthma reports},
  year={2003},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={363-8}
}
Recently, the number of agents to treat ocular allergy has increased dramatically, from three (pheniramine, antazoline, cromolyn) to more than a dozen. A general increase in the incidence of atopy in recent years and the fact that patients are becoming less tolerant of bothersome signs and symptoms have been driving forces in this increase. As visual tasking, such as reading and working on a computer, has become more prevalent, there is an increased awareness of ocular allergy and the impact it… CONTINUE READING