How to get an infectious disease consultant’s recommendation for an eye surgery

An infectious disease expert in Minneapolis is urging people to consider consulting a medical consultant to determine if they’re at risk for developing a cornea or corneal transplant.

It is a risk that comes with being in a group of people who are already experiencing a high risk of getting an infection or infection-related complications from a previous procedure, said Dr. Eric M. Brown, an infectious diseases specialist with Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

That’s because they may have been told about the complications of their previous surgery, he said.

Brown and his colleagues recently published an update on their research that they say addresses the need for people to take a closer look at the complications a corneoplasty could bring.

They recommend that people discuss any complications that could result from the surgery with their health care provider before they make a decision about whether to seek out a consultant, such as complications related to complications of the surgery itself, infections in the body or complications of cornealing.

“If they’re concerned about having a corniculation, it should be discussed and discussed with your health care practitioner,” Brown said.

“If the complications are severe, it could be a very costly surgery and they should discuss it with their physician.”

Brown’s research is published in the Journal of the American Ophthalmology Society.

The Mayo Clinic is one of the top medical centers in the country for treating corneas and corneals.