Discomfort in and around the eye is one of the most common complaints we receive in clinical practice. However, it’s also one of the least useful in terms of diagnostic guidance. How can we localize the cause? Which instances might be more troubling than others? How can we filter out the patient’s subjective experience—some are far more pain-tolerant than others—when determining the urgency of our response?
By Alison Bozung, OD
Review of Optometry CE, September 2021
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