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Dr. Dong Eun Lee
BGN Eye Hospital Busan
Busan, South Korea
Operations per year
Dr. Dong Eun Lee is an ophthalmologist with medical expertise in retinal disease and is currently working at BGN Eye Hospital in Busan. Dr. Dong Eun Lee is a medical professional who has specialized training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the retina, the thin layer of tissue at the back of the eye responsible for transmitting visual information to the brain. Retinal diseases can be caused by a variety of factors, including aging, genetics, diabetes, and other medical conditions, and can lead to a range of symptoms such as blurred vision, distorted vision, and even blindness. Dr. Dong Eun Lee will perform a comprehensive eye exam to evaluate the health of the retina and identify any potential issues. This may include using specialized imaging techniques to get a detailed view of the retina and its blood vessels. Based on the evaluation, Dr. Dong Eun Lee may recommend a range of treatments to help manage the symptoms of retinal disease, including: Medications, such as steroids or anti-VEGF drugs, to reduce inflammation or abnormal blood vessel growth in the retina Laser therapy, which can be used to seal leaking blood vessels or destroy abnormal tissue in the retina, Vitrectomy surgery, which involves removing the gel-like substance inside the eye to improve vision and treat retinal detachment Implantable devices, such as a miniature telescope or retinal prosthesis, to improve vision in patients with advanced retinal disease Dr. Dong Eun Lee also uses specialized imaging techniques such as optical coherence tomography (OCT) or fluorescein angiography to obtain a more detailed view of the retina and identify any abnormalities. Dr. Dong Eun Lee develops a personalized treatment plan for the patient based on their individual needs and the specific condition they are experiencing. Treatment options may include medication, laser therapy, surgery, or a combination of these approaches.