Welcome to Mass. Eye and Ear’s Healthcare Video Resource Center. Here you can find answers to your questions about eyes, ears, nose, throat, voice, taste, smell, facial nerve and balance in videos produced by Mass. Eye and Ear physicians.
Patient Education Tools
Click on any of the topics below to view a three to five minute video presentation. You can watch these as streaming video or download it for repeated viewing off-line.
Disclaimer: This information is provided as a general orientation to the subjects and is not intended as specific recommendations for your evaluation or treatment. Accurate and complete medical advice can only be provided when a physician has an opportunity to obtain complete information about his/her patient. In the absence of direct physician-patient contact, including an opportunity to obtain a complete history and to perform a complete physical examination, any advice regarding diagnosis, therapy or prognosis contained in the following electronic transmission should be regarded as general in nature, and not specific to any particular patient. The responsibility for obtaining all necessary information, the responsibility for treatment and the responsibility for any harm which results from said treatment rests with the treating physician-of-record.
World-renowned for leading research that has challenged the limits of vision impairment, Dr. Joseph F. Rizzo III, the Director of Mass. Eye and Ear’s Neuro-Ophthalmology Service, candidly admits that he likes a good challenge—and the more complex, the better. That is what drew him to the field of neuro-ophthalmology, which studies the complicated neural interplay between eye, brain, and inner ear to diagnose the causes of vision loss.
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