For appointments, call (314) 362-3937.
Washington University neuro-ophthalmologists offer expert care for complex neurological disorders as they affect the visual system.
Our neuro-ophthalmologists treat conditions such as:
- brain tumor
- inflammatory diseases of the eye socket
Damage to the nerve can result from a variety of causes, including:
- drug overdoses
- exposure to toxins in the environment
- damage to the nerve itself
- bacterial and viral infections
Neuro-ophthalmologists have experience dealing with a variety of patients with disease in the eye socket or nerves that control the eye muscle. Some of the conditions treated include:
- Visual migraine
- Optic atrophy
- Optic neuritis
- Pituitory ademona
- Ischemic optic neuropathy
To learn more about neuro-ophthalmology or to find a neuro-ophthalmologist near you, visit at the Barnes-Jewish Hospital web site.