Today’s blog will discuss the basics of Graves disease and thyroid eye disease. This most likely will be the first in a series of blogs on this really important and complex topic, and will focus on the treatment of the endocrine disorder itself.
Ptosis (pronounced TOE-SIS, with a silent P) is caused by weakness of the muscles that open the upper eyelid. It can be referred to more colloquially as droopy eyelids, although droopy eyelids can also be caused by excess skin or brow drooping. In today’s blog, I will focus on the surgical approach to repairing ptosis by tightening of the eyelid muscle.
Learn about symptoms, treatment and other information about orbital vascular malformations.
A guide for patients about optic nerve sheath meningioma or ONSM