In cooperation with the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center, neuro-ophthalmologists evaluate and treat patients who have reduced vision, blind spots owing to disorders of the optic nerve and its connections to the brain, subnormal vision that is not explained by abnormalities of the eyes, double vision, abnormalities of the pupils, and droopy eyelids. They also evaluate and treat any condition in which there may be a brain abnormality causing a disturbance of vision, misalignment of the eyes, or abnormal eye movements. Our specialists also provide evaluation of blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm, as well as botulinum toxin treatments for these conditions.
The Neuorophthalmology Service also works closely with Neuroncology, the Cranial Base Program, the Pituitary and Neuroendocinology Center and the Neurosurgery department.
Appointment information is available on the Vision Disorders (Neuro-Ophthalmology) webpage, part of the UofMHealth.org website.