|Author(s)/Faculty: Ashley Brundrett, MD|
|Release Date: 10/7/2016||Expiration Date: 10/6/2018|
|Credit Type: CME||Number of Credits: 0.25|
|Content Type: Video||Provider: |
|Dry eye disease is a difficult disease to treat and diagnose in clinical practice. Often the severity of the patient's symptoms doesn't correlate with the clinical testing performed. It's important to have an objective measure of visual quality or actual retinal image quality a patient is seeing. This CME activity will discuss a dynamic optical quality assessment using a double pass system compared with standard clinical measures in diagnosing dry eye disease.