Innate immune system drives dry eye disease

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Innate immune system drives dry eye disease

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Dr. Fishman shares his insights into how the innate immune system drives dry eye disease. While inflammation plays a key role in the development and amplification of dry eye, Dr. Fishman emphasizes finding the inciting etiology that stimulates the immune response. Often these stimulants can be overnight poor eyelid closure, blink lagophthalmos, medications that desiccate the eye, or local desiccating environments.

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