Tatsuo Hirose MD

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Tatsuo Hirose, MD

Tatsuo Hirose, MD received his MD degree from Kanazawa University, Japan where he continued his studies with an internship and residency in ophthalmology. He then graduated from Harvard School of Medicine where he completed general ophthalmology courses.
His postgraduate studies include a fellowship in electrophysiology at Cornell Medical Center, New York, and a vitreoretinal fellowship at the Schepens Eye Research Institute (SERI) and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston. Dr. Hirose is board certified in ophthalmology and currently is Clinical Senior Scientist, SERI; Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School; and Surgeon in Ophthalmology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.
Dr. Hirose has received many awards for his exceptional work in the field. To mention a few: Fulbright Fellowship; Honor Award and Senior Honor Award of American Academy of Ophthalmology; Selected The Best Doctors in America; Selected Boston's Best Doctors, Boston Magazine; The Paul Kayser International Award of Merit in Retina Research; Schepens Eye Research Institute $1 million Endowment and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infrimary Distinguished Service Award.
His main research interests include: Development of surgical techniques for severe retinal detachment, the development of clinically useful objective retinal function tests and the development of low-vision devices and electronic reading instruments.
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80%
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60%
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60%
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100%
Doctor Details
Board Certified
Yes
Primary Specialty
Retina
Title
Ophthalmologist (MD)
Additional Specialty
Retina Research
suzana vukosavljevic
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Summary: eyes
December 1st, 2013
My name is Suzana Vukosavljevic and I am blind from the birth since there were lack of oxygen in the incubator. I can see a little bit of light and shadows, but I am not able to recognize what is in front of me. I had 3 operation in the past and the last one was in Tubingen, Germany. Doctor in Germany said that he found in my left eye hard mass which he wasn't able to remove because he was afraid of a large bleeding. He conclude that the implants in eye can help me to see.
Can you perform a operation of puting implants into eyes?Here is medial documentation that I have:

1. Documentation form Russia after the operation (Operation_Russia_Vukosavljevic.pdf)
2. Medical control in Serbia (Mediacal_documentation_Serbian.pdf)
3. Picture of the left eye, after operation in Germany (Left_eye_Vukosavljevic_OperationInGermany.jpg)
Diagnosen: R/L: Retinopathia pramaturorum

Doctor in Germany said that the implants in eye can help me to see. I need a medical center where such opereation is possible to perform.


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