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We Are Proud to Announce Our Newest Physician at RGF: Dr. Ryan Shields
Meet Our Newest Physician at RGF: Dr. Ryan Shields
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Diabetics are at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, a condition associated with bleeding and leaking of fluid in the retina, the fine nerve tissue in the back of the eye that helps us see.
Diabetes is a common condition that can cause damage to blood vessels throughout the body, including those contained within the retina. This is known as diabetic retinopathy.
Retina Group of Florida is thrilled to welcome our newest physician, Dr. Ryan Shields!
Intravitreal injections are one of the most standard treatments for a wide variety of retinal conditions. Medication is administered directly into the vitreous liquid that fills the ocular sphere.
A retinal diagnostic exam requires sophisticated techniques and technologies to assess the presence and/or severity of retinal damage.
Retina specialists are specially trained ophthalmologists who provide a range of services designed to diagnose, manage, and treat diseases of the retina and vitreous.
Uveitis is a term that includes many different inflammatory diseases that affect ocular structures.
During your visit at Retina Group of Florida (RGF), you will likely undergo imaging of your retina as part of your retinal evaluation.
The pandemic has changed the way all of us make decisions regarding our day to day lives.
Retina Group of Florida has been proactive in dealing with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Working closely with our dedicated staff, we have taken the following measures for the safety of patients:
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