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Raymond Douglas, MD, PhD

Healthcare Professional
Orbital and Thyroid Eye Disease Program
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8700 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, California, United States

Dr. Raymond Douglas is the Director of the Orbital and Thyroid Eye Disease Program and Professor of Ophthalmology at the prestigious Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He is also an experienced and board certified oculoplastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, California. Besides this he has held positions at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Medicine, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Greater Los Angeles Veterans Hospital, Veterans Administration Ann Arbor Healthcare System, and the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center.

After graduating with academic distinction from the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Douglas completed an opthalmology residency at the University of Pennsylvania. He then completed a sub-specialized fellowship in orbital facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of California Los Angeles Jules Stein Eye Institute.

Patients with thyroid eye disease, previous unsuccessful surgery (blepharoplasty), cancers of the eyelids and face, and trauma-induced injuries all seek Dr. Douglas’ expert care. His expertise in treating thyroid-associated eye diseases and cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries has made him a highly respected and sought-after physician. In addition to his customized approach to patient care, Dr. Douglas is widely recognized for his ground-breaking research on treatments for Graves’ or thyroid-associated orbitopathy.


Representative Publications:

Risk Factors for Developing Thyroid-Associated Ophthalmopathy Among Individuals With Graves Disease

Pharmacological Treatments for Thyroid Eye Disease

Reactivation of Thyroid-Associated Orbitopathy After Cataract Surgery

Thyroid-Associated Periorbitopathy: Eyebrow Fat and Soft Tissue Expansion in Patients With Thyroid-Associated Orbitopathy

Reliability of Estimating Ductions in Thyroid Eye Disease: An International Thyroid Eye Disease Society Multicenter Study

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