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Live Discussion with Laura Periman, MD - Management of Patients with Ocular Surface Inflammation Associated with DED

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In this session from Eyes On Dry Eye 2021, join Dr. Laura Periman for a discussion on ocular surface inflammation in relation to dry eye.
Laura Periman, MD, discusses how ocular surface inflammation relates to dry eye. Dr. Periman explains how history and exam findings play a role in delineating the severity of patient cases and how to determine a treatment strategy from there.
Laura M. Periman, MD
About Laura M. Periman, MD

Laura M. Periman, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist, fellowship-trained cornea and refractive surgeon, and ocular surface disease (OSD) expert. Dr. Periman completed her ophthalmology residency and cornea/refractive fellowship at the University of Washington in Seattle. She has 15 peer-reviewed publications and has written extensively on ocular surface disease.

Her unique and passionate perspective on OSD stems from her work in immunopathophysiology. She is an innovator and enthusiastic speaker who loves bridging the gap between basic science, clinical practice, and patient compassion. Whether delivering top-line care in the sacred 1:1 patient encounter or expanding awareness of the worldwide impacts of dry eye disease, Dr. Periman thrives on contributing to the greater good.

Dr. Periman is the Founder and Director of Dry Eye Services and Clinical Research at Periman Eye Institute in Seattle, as well as the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Quench Method, an eye-friendly cosmetics company.

Laura M. Periman, MD
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