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For patients recovering from TBI, dry eye may initially be pretty low on the list of medical concerns, with much more emphasis placed on regaining critical functions like mobility and speech. However, it is very common for there to be ocular surface consequences to a TBI, sometimes for years afterwards. Awareness of the link may help solve some mysteries and bring welcome relief to patients.

More on latest NORA blog: "Dry Eyes and TBIs" by Dr. Michael Cooper at https://noravisionrehab.org/blog.


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