A “red eye” is one of the most common clinical signs and symptoms encountered in eye care. A variety of etiologies exist, making the clinical history an important component in narrowing down the list of differential diagnoses. A thorough examination of clinical signs and symptoms is necessary to appropriately diagnose and manage these patients.
By Suzanne Sherman, OD, and Christina Cherny, OD
Review of Optometry CE, November 2021
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