Edward Baron, M.D.
About Edward Baron, M.D.
Dr. Baron has been involved in the training of Ophthalmology residents at SUNY Downstate and was on the faculty as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at SUNY at Downstate from 1994-2003 and currently is involved in Ophthalmology residency training as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine 2000-present. He is Chief of Ophthalmology at Jacobi Medical Center.
Neuro-ophthalmology involves caring for visual problems, such as double vision and vision loss, related to the central or peripheral nervous system and not to the eye structures themselves. Given that half of the human Brain is involved in visual function, Neuro-ophthalmologists are trained to detect problems that overlap an extensive range of diseases that can be related to the eye, brain and or the extra ocular muscles.
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