1. Feb. 19, 2019

    Amber Rose's farm accident

    Following an accident with a toppling tractor tire at her family's farm, a team of Mayo Clinic surgical specialists restored Amber Rose's eyes and face in a 15-hour operation.

  2. June 27, 2017

    Yes, babies and children get cataracts, too: Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric cataracts

    Erick D. Bothun, M.D., Mayo Clinic pediatric eye surgeon, cares for children of all ages and eye diseases. Dr. Bothun specializes in diagnosing, treating and researching complex cataracts in infants and children.

  3. March 15, 2016

    Facial reanimation

    Elizabeth A. Bradley, M.D., discusses the care of patients with facial nerve disorders via the Facial Paralysis and Reanimation Clinic at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota.

  4. Feb. 19, 2016

    Vision loss caused by retinitis pigmentosa improved with retinal prosthesis

    Raymond Iezzi, M.D., a vitreoretinal surgeon, describes how a retinal prosthetic device is used to restore rudimentary forms of vision to people with retinitis pigmentosa.

  5. Nov. 24, 2015

    Genetic testing for inherited nonage-related macular degeneration

    Jose S. Pulido, M.D., professor of ophthalmology and molecular medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and Alan D. Marmorstein, Ph.D., professor of ophthalmology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, discuss the importance of genetic testing in diagnosing macular degeneration.

  6. Sept. 09, 2015

    Introduction to scleral lenses

    Muriel M. Schornack, O.D., Ophthalmology, provides an introduction to scleral lenses: Large-diameter, rigid, gas-permeable contact lenses that rest on the sclera.

  7. Dec. 10, 2014

    IgG4-related disease of the orbit

    Elizabeth A. Bradley, M.D., assistant professor of ophthalmology, Mayo Clinic Department of Ophthalmology, discusses IgG4-related disease of the orbit. She focuses on a case involving a 56-year-old woman who had a past medical and surgical history. Her presentation includes treatment options.

  8. Dec. 01, 2014

    Corneal Suturing, Part 6: Integrating the steps into a whole

    In this series of videos, Leo J. Maguire, M.D., discusses how to engineer the placement of a suture in a corneal transplant so that the length, depth and radiality of the sutures are consistent around the circumference of a corneal graft.

  9. Dec. 01, 2014

    Corneal Suturing, Part 5: Suturing the wound

    In this series of videos, Leo J. Maguire, M.D., discusses how to engineer the placement of a suture in a corneal transplant so that the length, depth and radiality of the sutures are consistent around the circumference of a corneal graft.

  10. Nov. 07, 2014

    Visual memory & recall in sports-related concussion

    Jeffrey R. Bennett, O.D., Mayo Clinic Department of Ophthalmology, discusses research involving the incidence of concussions experienced by football players. The estimates vary depending on whether the players are in high school, college or the NFL. There are concerns about underreporting of concussions. Using a tachistoscope created with an iPad app, researchers devised a test to identify concussed players by testing memory and recall of plays.

  11. Oct. 28, 2014

    Early corneal abnormalities in Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy

    Sanjay V. Patel, M.D., professor and chair of Ophthalmology at Mayo Clinic, discusses research regarding early corneal abnormalities in Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy.

  12. Aug. 21, 2014

    Unilateral panuveitis

    Wendy M. Smith, M.D., assistant professor of ophthalmology at Mayo Clinic, discusses a case of unilateral panuveitis involving an 82-year-old white male who initially presented with several physical symptoms and blurred vision.

  13. Aug. 21, 2014

    Corneal Suturing, Part 4: Bringing the needle to the host surface

    In this series of videos, Leo J. Maguire, M.D., discusses how to engineer the placement of a suture in a corneal transplant so that the length, depth and radiality of the sutures are consistent around the circumference of a corneal graft.

  14. Aug. 21, 2014

    Corneal Suturing, Part 3: Engaging the needle deep in the host

    In this series of videos, Leo J. Maguire, M.D., discusses how to engineer the placement of a suture in a corneal transplant so that the length, depth and radiality of the sutures are consistent around the circumference of a corneal graft.

  15. Aug. 21, 2014

    Corneal Suturing, Part 2: Placing the needle into the graft

    In this series of videos, Leo J. Maguire, M.D., discusses how to engineer the placement of a suture in a corneal transplant so that the length, depth and radiality of the sutures are consistent around the circumference of a corneal graft.

  16. July 29, 2014

    Corneal Suturing, Part 1: A curriculum for suturing the cornea

    In this series of videos, Leo J. Maguire, M.D., discusses how to engineer the placement of a suture in a corneal transplant so that the length, depth and radiality of the sutures are consistent around the circumference of a corneal graft.

  17. July 07, 2014

    Macular hole repair

    Raymond Iezzi Jr., M.D., an ophthalmologist at Mayo Clinic, discusses an improved method of macular hole repair surgery that no longer requires patients to be face down and is expected to be a new standard of care.

  18. June 30, 2014

    Fuchs' dystrophy

    Mayo Clinic ophthalmologist Sanjay V. Patel, M.D., discusses vision in Fuchs' dystrophy before and after endothelial keratoplasty.

  19. June 30, 2014

    Mayo Clinic Retina Update and Case Conference: Diagnosis of uveitis

    The following is a presentation by Wendy M. Smith, M.D., titled "Diagnosis of Uveitis: Something Old, Something New,” given at the Mayo Clinic Retina Update and Case Conference.

  20. June 30, 2014

    Mayo Clinic Retina Update and Case Conference: Vitreoretinal

    The following is a presentation by Sophie J. Bakri, M.D., titled "Vitreoretinal Management of Anterior Segment Surgical Complications" presented at the Mayo Clinic Retina Update and Case Conference.

  21. June 30, 2014

    Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Retina Update and Case Conference: Wet AMD or Not

    The following is a presentation by Sophie J. Bakri, M.D., titled "All That Hyperfluoresces Is Not Wet AMD — Beware the Masqueraders!"

  22. June 30, 2014

    Research on macular degeneration

    Sophie J. Bakri, M.D., Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses her recent research study: Visual and Anatomic Outcomes of Anti-VEGF Therapy in Exudative AMD and Vitreomacular Interface Disease.