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Diagnostische Methoden

  • Mogens S. Norn
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Zusammenfassung

Das trockene Auge ist ein Sammelbegriff verschiedenster Krankheitsbilder unterschiedlicher Ursache. Es ist daher erforderlich, diagnostische Maßnahmen so auszuwählen, daß sie der vermuteten Ursache angepaßt sind. Sollte dies nicht ausreichen, müssen weitere Untersuchungsmethoden angewendet werden.

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