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University of Minnesota – Center for Thyroid Eye DiseaseMinnesota Lions Children's Eye Clinic
Park Plaza Building
Floor 3, 701 25th Ave. S
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
If you experience dry or watery eyes, red eyes, bulging eyes, difficulty closing the eyes or problems with vision, you may have thyroid eye disease. This is caused by an autoimmune disorder that creates an abnormal reaction to muscles and tissue around the eyes.
Our experts provide sophisticated technology and compassionate care for you. We have a Center for Thyroid Eye Disease, which brings together experts in orbital and oculoplastic surgery, neuro-ophthalmology and adult strabismus who work together in a coordinated clinic. In the operating rooms, we have the most advanced surgical equipment available to perform complex orbital surgeries.
Many physicians at the University of Minnesota participate in clinical trials. Children treated here have access to more clinical trials than anywhere else in Minnesota. Discoveries made here often become the standard of care around the world.
The Center for Thyroid Eye Disease at University of Minnesota provides several treatment options for children with thyroid eye disease, including corticosteroids, eye drops or ointments, general surgery, prism glasses, radiation etc.
Anatomic Considerations in Thyroid Eye DiseasePurpose: To review and summarize the cl...
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Gerald J. Harris, MDGerald J. Harris is Professor of ophthal...
Teprotumumab, an Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1 Receptor Antagonist Antibody, in the Treatment of Active Thyroid eye D...Thyroid eye disease is a disabling autoi...
Does Early Response to Intravenous Glucocorticoids Predict the Final Outcome in Patients With Moderate-To-Severe and...Purpose: Intravenous glucocorticoids (i...
Jack Ronald Wall, PhDJack Ronald Wall is a Professor of Medic...
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