The quest to understand myopia and its control continues in this issue as it begins with a report on the potential additive effect of two treatment options: atropine and orthokeratology. Another study reviews the proportion of spectacle prescriptions for myopia and progression rates among children attending a secondary and tertiary eye care facility in London over 10 years.
A Turkish team studies meibomian gland dysfunction and the association with ocular discomfort in patients with ocular prosthesis. Researchers in Australia look at temporal considerations in contact lens discomfort.
As the COVID-19 pandemic still continues to affect lives and lifestyles across the globe, a UK group explores contact lens wearers’ compliance behaviours, attitudes and concerns during the pandemic. Finally, we include a paper that reports a newly identified clinical condition: face mask-associated ocular irritation and dryness.
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