Contact lenses: treatment options for ocular disease
This book addresses how to prevent adverse ocular effects when fitting contact lenses, and how to manage and treat ocular disease with specialized contact lenses. Key terms and clinical pearls are presented in each chapter. Chapter topics include Microbial Infection in Contact Lens Wear, Dry Eyes, Soft Lens Extended Wear, RGP Extended Wear, and more.
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Microbial Infection in Contact Lens Wear
Dry Eyes and Contact Lens Wear
Soft Lens Extended Wear
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