Dry eye disease frequently coexists in cataract surgery patients. One common form of dry eye is Meibomian Gland Disease MGD. In this panel discussion monograph, Dr. Raviv and colleagues discuss their approach to identifying and treating MGD.
Dr. Raviv was voted the winner of the second season of The Voice of Ophthalmology for his presentation on endophthalmitis prophylaxis with intracameral antibiotics at the 2019 ASCRS ASOA Annual Meeting.

Listen to Dr. Raviv on The Dry Eye Coach Podcast discussing dry eye in the setting of cataract surgery.

Dr. Raviv Interviewed on The Dry Eye Coach Podcast

 
 
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