Fb2 The Preocular Tear Film in Health, Disease, and Contact Lens Wear ePub
by Frank J. Holly
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||Frank J. Holly|
|Publisher:||Dry Eye Inst (November 1, 1986)|
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Mengher, et a. Non-invasive assessment of tear film stability, in: The Preocular Tear Film in Health, Disease, and Contact Lens Wear, F J. Holly, e. pp. 64–75, Dry Eye Institute, Lubbock, TX (1986).
Mengher, et a. Bertera, Short-term, low-contrast visual acuity reduction associated with in vivo contact lens drying, Optom. Foulks, Tear pH in health, disease, and contact lens wear, in: The Preocular Tear Film in Health, Disease, and Contact Lens Wear, . Holly e. 954–965, Dry Eye Institute, Lubbock, TX (1986).
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Non-amorphous appearances were present in 25% of subjects and occurred approximately equally with HEMA, Acuvue, Igel 55 and other lens types. Patterned appearances were found to be associated with reduced lens movement (Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA, P < . 01). The most common symptom (dryness) was not significantly related to postlens tear film appearance. in Health, Disease and Contact Lens Wear (ed, F. J, Holly). Dry Eye Institute, Lubbock, TX.
Contact lens-tear film interaction.
The aqueous layer is coated by an eve. More). Contact lens-tear film interaction. American journal of optometry and physiologica. 981.
The preocular tear film in health, disease and contact lens wear. 1986, Dry Eye Institute Inc: Lubbock, p 32-38. Age: under 25 years 25-45 years over 45 years. Currently wearing: no contact lenses hard contact lenses. McMonnies C, Ho A. Patient history in screening for dry eye conditions. J Am Optom Assoc 1987;58(4): 296-301. McMonnies C. Responses to a dry eye questionnaire from a normal population. J Am Optom Assoc 1987;58: 588-589. The McMonnies questionnaire: Please answer the following by underlining the response most appropriate to you. 2. soft contact lenses. 1. Have you ever had drops.
In F. J. Holly (E., the preocular tear film – In health, disease, and contact lens wear. Prevalence of Age-Related Macular Degeneration in the United States. Bone, R. Landrum, J. Dixon, . Chen, . & Llerena, C. M. (2000). Lutein and zeaxanthin in the eyes, serum and diet of human subjects. Semba, R. & Dagnelie, G. (2003). Are lutein and zeaxanthin conditionally essential nutrients for eye health?. Medical Hypotheses, 61(4), 465–472.
This type of surgery influences the ocular surface and the tear film. Frank J. Holly, The Preocular tear Film in Health, Disease and Contact Lense Wear, 1986. The dry eye syndrome is a multifactorial disease of the ocular surface caused by an inadequate. quantity or quality of the tears. The tear film has a. defensive role (the protection of the ocular surface) and a refractive role (the first ocular diopter at the air cornea surface). It has 3 layers: lipid, aqueous and mucuous. Any disturbance in the composition of one of the layers can lead to ocular dryness.