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The cornea is the clear, protective, outer layer of the eye. Problems with the cornea are called corneal disease and can include inflammation, injury, and certain types of herpes.

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A tumor located in the area of the pituitary gland and surrounding areas, it is believed that a person is born with this growth. It can become evident in childhood or later in life. Although not a cancer, it can exert ill effects by compressing the brain and surrounding tissue. Surgery, along with radiation in some cases, is used to treat this problem.

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Crohn’s disease is an inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract, with symptoms including severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and abdominal pain. It is known as an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and though there is not a cure, symptoms can be greatly reduced with the proper management.

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Amblyopia is known as cross eye and lazy eye, a condition most often seen in children when one eye has much stronger vision capabilities than the other. The brain favors the stronger eye, so there is a loss of vision and control in the weaker eye. Symptoms include blurry vision and double vision. Causes include abnormal eye shape and muscle control.

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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital tunnel syndrome occurs when there is pressure on the ulnar nerve, which runs along the inside of the elbow. Symptoms, like numbness, weakness, tingling and pain, can happen because the elbow is held in a bent position for an extended period, like during sleep or while holding a phone. 

The following departments see patients with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: