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- Feb 24, 2001
- University of Michigan Medical School
- Lake Oswego
Vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC) is a seasonally recurring, bilateral, and severe form of allergic inflammation affecting the ocular surface.
This relatively uncommon type of allergic eye disease can cause severe damage to the ocular surface, leading to corneal scarring and vision loss if not treated properly. The disease happens in children as well as adults with a male preponderance in children.
Join us for a great discussion, with leading experts Dr. Susan Resnick and Dr. Susan J. Gromacki as we dive into a comprehensive overview of VKC, its impact on QoL of patients, management and addressing treatment gaps in Adult VKC.
A live Q&A will be part of the event! We look forward to seeing you there!