Read the latest in Cornea treatments, innovations and research by Cleveland Clinic’s Cole Eye Institute.
Dry eye, a multifactorial disease that affects the tear film, can damage the ocular surface and cause serious ocular discomfort. Find out more about the range of treatment options.
After Ahmed tube placement, persistent postoperative hypotony and a shallow anterior chamber can signal a faulty valve. Get an overview of how to identify the problem and prevent further damage.
Spine defects causing vertebral slippage often require activity restriction plus other therapies, but typically not surgery. Wise management focuses on pain control to allow healing and activity resumption.
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Accurately measuring corneas that have been altered by contact lens wear or previous refractive surgery is a challenge. Achieving success requires special care.
Nurses at Hillcrest Hospital organized a week-long visit for Russian physicians to learn about neonatal resuscitation and care of sick newborns.
Childhood glaucoma is a rare eye disease and a significant cause of blindness in children. The stakes are high and fast, effective treatment is essential.
Dry eye is a serious problem for patients, but rarely a contraindication for refractive surgery. Proper testing and treatment can help achieve the best possible results.
Flomax relaxes the smooth muscle of the bladder neck, but it also relaxes the iris dilator muscle, causing problems for cataract surgery. Get strategies for maintaining dilation during surgery.
Physicians in the Digestive Disease Institute’s Endoscopy Section are optimizing patient care through use of several new technologies.
First, they are evaluating Hemospray powder (Cook Medical, Winston-Salem, N.C.) to control diffuse gastrointestinal bleeding.