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Illinois Retina Associates is the Midwest’s leading practice devoted to diagnosing and treating diseases of the retina, macula and vitreous. Our highly trained doctors specialize in diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, vascular occlusive diseases, uveitis and more. We also have a fellowship-trained ocular oncologist, who treats cancer of the eye.

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WHAT PATIENTS ARE SAYING

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CASE OF THE MONTH

Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy – March 2020

History A 44-year-old African-American male (who had not seen an eye provider in years) presented to Illinois Retina for a diabetic evaluation.  He complained of blurry vision for many years, but denied floaters, eye pain, redness, or any acute visual changes.  His medical history was significant for type 1 diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension.  Review ...View Case of The Month

NEWS AND EVENTS

Dr. MacCumber at 43rd Macula Society Meeting

Dr. MacCumber recently moderated a session on Gene Therapy and presented at the 43rd Macula Society meeting in San Diego.  The topic of his presentation was “Suprachoroidal Delivery for Ocular Gene Therapy”.  Read more about the Macula Society....Read More >

Hinsdale Office

When you visit our Hinsdale office, you’ll find it warm and inviting from the impressive Colonial style building to the new two-story spacious atrium with comfortable seating.  The Salt Creek and a park-like setting surrounds the office and it can ...Read More >

Dr. MacCumber at Spark Therapeutics

Dr. MacCumber spoke at Spark Therapeutics in Austin, TX on implementing genetic testing for inherited retinal disease into the practice of Retina....Read More >


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COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Patient safety is our top priority. If you are having flu-like symptoms, fever, cough, chills, shortness of breath please DO NOT VISIT US at this time and contact your local health provider.

To ensure your health is protected, we are limiting the number of people in our offices. We are asking that ONLY PATIENTS enter our office. Visitors and/or support persons should remain in the car or other location. If the visitor or support person must be present, screening questions will be asked and if positive responses are received the visitor/ support person will not be allowed in the office.

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

For ongoing updates and recommendations, please visit the following websites: Centers For Disease Control (cdc.gov), American Academy of Ophthalmology (aao.org), World Health Organization (who.int)