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Driven by patient needs, physicians and scientists in the Department of Ophthalmology-Research are investing efforts into eye and vision research that translates into improved and novel treatments for both adults and children including low vision, corneal disease, glaucoma, Fuchs' dystrophy and other vision disorders, from the common to the complex.
Vision scientists in the Department of Ophthalmology-Research are on the leading edge of research to bring new advances in surgical and nonsurgical techniques to the treatment of eye and vision diseases.
Inspired by a rich history of research, physician-scientists in the Department of Ophthalmology-Research are studying new ways to treat cornea diseases, glaucoma, low vision, and other eye and vision problems.
Mayo Clinic offers dozens of clinical trials related to ophthalmology research, including studies on amblyopia, corneal and retinal diseases, Fuchs' dystrophy, strabismus, and many other vision problems.
Patient care through the Department of Ophthalmology-Research includes clinical services for the treatment of pediatric and adult vision and eye conditions, clinical trials, patient appointment information and patient resources.
Contact the Department of Ophthalmology-Research at Mayo Clinic with inquiries about its research on glaucoma, cornea transplant, Fuchs' dystrophy, pediatric vision problems and other eye diseases or to collaborate on research.
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