Ocular toxicity of systemic asthma and allergy treatments.

Abstract

Systemic medications, such as antihistaminic and anti-inflammatory agents used in the treatment of asthma and allergy, may have adverse effects on the eye. The major adverse effects on the eye have included cataracts, glaucoma, and tear-film dysfunction (dry-eye syndrome). The use of inhaled corticosteroids (bronchial and nasal) has been associated with… (More)

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@article{Bielory2006OcularTO, title={Ocular toxicity of systemic asthma and allergy treatments.}, author={Leonard Bielory}, journal={Current allergy and asthma reports}, year={2006}, volume={6 4}, pages={299-305} }