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Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye syndrome occurs when the eyes lack moisture or when there isn’t enough lubrication in the eye. The condition can also be called chronic dry eyes, and it can be a mild irritant or cause severe eye inflammation. In medical terms, dry eye syndrome is also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca or keratitis sicca, both of which translate to mean a decrease in amount of tear production. When left untreated, prolonged cases of dry eyes can lead to serious complications, such as cornea damage and blindness.

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