Advances in research and clinical practice suggest that unusual vision changes may be an indicator of Alzheimer’s disease. Find out more.
Some eye trauma hospitalization trends that a recent study tracked may not surprise physicians. However, what may be surprising is the increasing role of patient falls for many of these hospitalizations. Learn more.
Going from aerospace engineering to eye surgery, Dr. Howard R. Krauss is a surgical neuro-ophthalmologist. Hear him explain what that is and how this specialized skill can help patients with tumors affecting the eye and vision.
Vision is arguably our most important sense. Learn about minimally invasive keyhole surgery options for brain, skull base & pituitary tumors impacting the anterior visual pathways & eye movements.
Have you ever experienced a passing dizziness where you felt like you lost your balance for a moment? Experts estimate that in the course of their lifetime, about four in ten people visit a doctor because of a significant episode of dizziness. Read about the ear’s role in balance disorders.
Fiercely pursuing the best treatments and outcomes for his patients, Dr. Howard R. Krauss brings his unique perspective to neuro-ophthalmology and vision care.
All In A Day’s Work In July 2015, Brent B. noticed that he was losing his peripheral vision and made an appointment with an ophthalmologist. After a battery of[ Read More ]
We are very excited to announce the launch of the new Pacific Neuroscience Institute website, www.PacificNeuro.org Since 2007, the Pacific Brain Tumor Center & Pituitary Disorders[ Read More ]