2020
DOI: 10.5935/0004-2749.20200024
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Inter-eye osmolarity differences in patients with symptomatic and non-symptomatic dry eyes

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“…23 The exclusion criteria were as follows: history of conjunctival, scleral, or corneal disease, previous diagnosis of dry eye disease or glaucoma, a history of ocular surgery and/or, diabetes mellitus, thyroid disorders, hypersensitivity or allergy to anesthesia, and/or systemic disorders that could affect the measurements. 21,24 No participant was under any type of topical and systemic treatment or used artificial tears at the time of the study. Current CL wearers, all of them users of spherical and/or low-astigmatism soft CL, were asked not to wear their CL on the previous 24 hr of the examination.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…23 The exclusion criteria were as follows: history of conjunctival, scleral, or corneal disease, previous diagnosis of dry eye disease or glaucoma, a history of ocular surgery and/or, diabetes mellitus, thyroid disorders, hypersensitivity or allergy to anesthesia, and/or systemic disorders that could affect the measurements. 21,24 No participant was under any type of topical and systemic treatment or used artificial tears at the time of the study. Current CL wearers, all of them users of spherical and/or low-astigmatism soft CL, were asked not to wear their CL on the previous 24 hr of the examination.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…5 We located three studies that attempted to correlate inter-eye osmolarity differences with DED symptoms and other non-osmolar signs. [8][9][10] None of these studies have studied the inter-eye osmolarity difference as an independent diagnostic criterion.…”
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“…6 The importance of inter-eye differences is previously studied Pena-Verdeal et al who looked at the criterion of intereye difference independently of high osmolarity. 8 However, they looked at inter-eye difference as one group, including the patients with high osmolarity (309 mOsmol/L or higher from either eye). These subjects would have been classified as hyperosmolar on that basis.…”
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confidence: 99%