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Conjunctival Chalasis

Channels: Cornea

Due to the similarity of symptoms, conjunctival chalasis is often misdiagnosed as dry eye. Dr. Hovanesian discusses tips for identifying and treating this condition. Following excision of a small strip of conjunctiva, a piece of AmbioDry Amniotic Membrane Allograft (IOP, Costa Mesa, CA) is secured into place with fibrin glue.

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