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The anatomical structure and function of the lacrimal gland makes it susceptible to certain systemic diseases. Lacrimal gland structural change and/or gland dysfunction may be the presenting sign of an underlying systemic disease. Eyecare providers may be the first to see signs of an undiagnosed systemic disease manifesting as a lacrimal gland abnormality; therefore, it is critical that they have a clear understanding of the issues that can impact this structure.
By Ashley Kay Maglione, OD, and Kelly Malloy, OD
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