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Fredrik Källmark i International Journal of Ophthalmic Practice

Dry eye disease (DED) is a multifactorial condition that is complex to diagnose and treat. Our knowledge of how to define and diagnose different types of DED has increased over the last five to six years, but outdated or obsolete methods of looking at the problem prevent many patients from getting the correct diagnosis and treatment. By keeping up to date with new research and reports, healthcare professionals can provide the right diagnosis, information and treatment to patients suffering from the condition. To define and diagnose DED involves taking a thorough history and performing an examination of the eye. This article aims to provide a better understanding of DED and advice on how to define and diagnose DED correctly.

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