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Focal Points 2013 Module: Evaluation and Treatment of the Tearing Patient

Focal Points 2013 Module: Evaluation and Treatment of the Tearing Patient

CME Credit
  • Up to 2.0 credits of General CME

Product Number: 0202113V

Media Type: eBook, Online

Availability: In stock

Chronic tearing is a common problem that can be frustrating for patients and clinicians alike. There are many reasons for dysfunction of the lacrimal system, and appropriate examination and workup is required to adequately diagnose and address the problem.

This Focal Points issue reviews the myriad causes of lacrimal dysfunction and discusses proper evaluation and management. A stepwise approach to the tearing patient, including a careful history and examination, will reveal the cause of the tearing and allow proper treatment, whether the symptoms are due to hypersecretion, reflex tearing, tear pumping issues, outflow obstructions or a combination of factors.

Upon completion of this Focal Points issue, you should be able to:

  • Differentiate various causes of tearing.
  • Perform a thorough evaluation of the tearing patient to determine the cause(s) of tearing.
  • Describe the medical and surgical treatment options to address the tearing problem.

Focal Points issues are practical, hands-on discussions of the clinical challenges you face daily. Each issue delivers high-quality, trusted ophthalmic information written and reviewed by leading experts.

Subscribers receive 12 new issues a year, plus access to the Focal Points digital archive.

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CME Credit
The American Academy of Ophthalmology designates this enduring material for a maximum of 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.