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Patient Care
Thank you for your interest in our patient care services. Our nationally renown clinical faculty is comprised of practitioners in each subspeciatly area of Ophthalmology. Whether you need a routine eye exam or a refractive surgeon, there is a physician in our Department who can provide for your eye health care needs.  

For Our Referring Physicians

Ophthalmology Clinical Faculty: 

Cornea and External Disease / Refractive Surgery   Glaucoma
  LASIK & PHAKIC IOL, Intacs, Cataracts, Lens Implants, Cornea Transplant and Dry Eye are just some of the services and conditions we offer/treat.
  Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Early treatment can help protect your eyes again vision loss.
Comprehensive Ophthalmology   Neuro Ophthalmology
  Eye specialists provide diagnosis and treatment of cataracts, medical diseases of the eye such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and others, along with general eye exams.
  Washington University Physicians offers world-class care for complex eye disorders. The University is home to the largest neuro-ophthalmic practice between Chicago, Ill., and Columbia, Mo., and one of only a few neuro-ophthalmology practices in St. Louis.
Oculofacial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery   Optometry
  The ophthalmic plastic surgery practice specializes in eye procedures that are in harmony and balance with the total face. Patients receive a comprehensive analysis of their problem areas and based on their individual needs a customized treatment plan is developed.
  Eye exams performed by Washington University doctors, professional contact lens fitting, American Board Certified opticians.
Pediatric Ophthalmology   Retina
  The eye care experts at St. Louis Children's Hospital work together to provide the most comprehensive care possible. Whenever necessary, pediatric ophthalmologists consult with other physicians, technicians, surgeons and specialists in a multidisciplinary approach.
  Comprehensive evaluation and diagnostics for conditions including diabetic complications, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, ocular trauma, uveitis and tumors of the eye.
Uveitis   Ocular Oncology:
  Visual loss can be avoided by the timely referral and evaluation of patients to a uveitis specialist. In severe cases, ophthalmolgists may need multidisciplinary collaboration with rheumatologists, hemato-oncologists, and neurologists.
  Physicians in the Ocular Oncology Service work closely with leading experts in radiation oncology, pathology, medical oncology, radiology, and other fields to provide state-of-the-art, comprehensive care for eye tumor patients.

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