I receive somewhere between 100 and 200 emails a day at work, and the volume seems to be increasing at an exponential rate. While that's the subject of a different rant, between dealing with my dreaded inbox and doing other work, as well as handling personal email at home and catching up on things that interest me on the Internet (like the DEZ), I spend a lot of time in front of a computer.
Here's my battle plan for dry eye management in the cyberworld:
The Role of "Eye Platelet Rich Plasma" (E-Prp) for Wound Healing in Ophthalmology.
Blood derived products have demonstrated their capacity to enhance healing and stimulate the regeneration of different tissues and this enhancing effect is attributed to the growth factors and bioactive proteins that are synthesized and present in blood. Eye platelet rich plasma (E-PRP) provides higher concentration of essential growth factors and cell adhesion molecules by concentrating platelets
After being diagnosed with recurrent corneal erosions, caused by anterior basement membrane dystrophy (aka epithelial basement membrane dystrophy, Cogan's dystrophy, and map-dot-fingerprint dystrophy) and dry eye in the summer of 2007, I have been on a long road to recovery.
The following sets up the weird and esoteric nature of this affliction. My narrative is a little long, but the pattern may be familiar to you-- an eye injury that seemingly clears up with no problem, eyes sticking
Updated 24-Jun-2008 at 21:45 by liz56