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Swaraj Bose, MD

Healthcare Professional
NeuroEyeOrbit Institute
8631 West 3rd Street, Suite 200E
Cedars Sinai Medical Towers
Los Angeles, California, United States

Dr. Swaraj Bose was an Associate Professor of ophthalmology and neurology at the University of California, Irvine, and an Attending Physician at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. He is a leading neuro-ophthalmologist, orbital surgeon and strabismus specialist serving patients in Beverly Hills and Culver City area, providing the best care for a broad array of conditions, including complex and specialty issues such as optic neuropathies, lacrimal disorders, eyelid disorders, cranial nerve palsies and ocular diseases. As an accomplished surgeon and research scientist, Dr. Bose works closely with patients to determine the best course of care for optimal outcomes, even in the most complex cases.

After receiving his graduate degree from Delhi University, Dr. Bose completed his medical degree at All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi and an internship and residency in general medicine and ophthalmology in India. Upon his arrival in the U.S., he completed an additional internship in internal medicine at the Veterans Administration Hospital and New York University Medical Center, and a residency in ophthalmology at New York University Medical Center. In addition, Dr. Bose has completed fellowships in neuro-ophthalmology, neuroplastics and orbital surgery from Doheny Eye Institute University of Southern California – Los Angeles; neurovascular neuro-ophthalmology from New York University Medical Center and New York Eye & Ear Infirmary; and glaucoma research and visual psychophysics from Scheie Eye Institute, University of Pennsylvania.


Representative Publications:

Isolated Sixth Nerve Palsy: An Uncommon Presenting Sign of Multiple Sclerosis

Using Two Smartphones to Look for Corneal Cystine Crystals

Evaluation of Oxidative Stress and the Microenvironment in Oral Submucous Fibrosis

Disseminated Strongyloidiasis: Breaking Brain Barriers

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