Douglas Rhee, MD
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Jenny Eisenberger learned that she had glaucoma from a routine eye exam. Glaucoma often does not cause discomfort, pain or other symptoms that are noticed by a patient. In that way, it is a “silent” disease.
UH doctors spare a retired Cleveland police sergeant from blindness when they remove a tumor from his skull via a minimally invasive transnasal procedure.