by Diana Driscoll O.D. (Author)
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Patients (EDS) patients often manifest numerous ocular symptoms. It is important to understand which symptoms may be indicative of an urgent condition and which are merely annoying. Additionally, it can be difficult to know when a symptom is EDS related or is an indication of a non-EDS condition.
This summary should help guide both patient and doctor with many pieces of the ocular puzzle, guiding both toward conservative, but not unnecessary, treatment and testing.