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Dr. Thomas John

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Clinical Associate Professor

Loyola University at Chicago
Loyola University
820 N Michigan Ave Fl 1
Chicago , Illinois 60611
United States

Company Description: Committed to preparing people to lead extraordinary lives, Loyola University Chicago was founded in 1870 and is the nation's largest Jesuit, Catholic university....   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    OSN Cornea/External Disease

Education

  • MD
  • M.D.
    Harvard Medical School
  • field of ophthalmology
    American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • St. John's Medical College Bangalore
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Web References
A Wide-Angle View of Keratoconus by ...
www.revoptom.com, 18 Feb 2013 [cached]
A Wide-Angle View of Keratoconus by Thomas John MD" /> Review of Optometry® > Continuing Education > A Wide-Angle View of Keratoconus by Thomas John MD
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By Thomas John, M.D.
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Dr. John is a cornea specialist and a clinical associate professor at Loyola University Chicago, and is in private practice in Oak Brook, Oak Lawn and Tinley Park, Ill. He is a visiting professor at the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Defense, Military Medical Academy in Belgrade. He was a former director of cornea service at the University of Chicago.
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www.osnsupersite.com, 4 May 2010 [cached]
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Thomas John, MD OSN Surgical Maneuvers Editor
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Thomas John, MD, OSN Cornea/External Disease Board Member, is a clinical associate professor at Loyola University Chicago and is in private practice in Tinley Park and Oak Lawn, Ill. He can be reached at 708-429-2223; fax: 708-429-2226; e-mail: tjcornea@gmail.com.
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www.osnsupersite.com, 21 Nov 2011 [cached]
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Ophthalmic anesthesia has evolved greatly over time from retrobulbar anesthesia, to peribulbar anesthesia, to sub-Tenon’s and topical anesthesia.
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Edited by Thomas John, MD, a clinical associate professor at Loyola University at Chicago. He is in private practice in Oak Brook, Tinley Park and Oak Lawn, Ill. and can be reached at 708-429-2223; fax: 708-429-2226; email: tjcornea@gmail.com.
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Dr. John has no relevant financial disclosures.
Advanced surgical technique: Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty
www.osnsupersite.com, 3 Oct 2008 [cached]
Thomas John, MD OSN Corneal Dissection Editor
We prefer peribulbar anesthesia for the DALK procedure. However, general anesthesia may also be used.
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Thomas John, MD, is a clinical associate professor at Loyola University at Chicago and in private practice in Tinley Park and Oak Lawn, Ill. He can be reached at 708-429-2223; fax: 708-429-2226; e-mail: tjcornea@gmail.com. Dr. John has no direct financial interest in the products discussed in this article, nor is he a paid consultant for any companies mentioned.
Endothelial keratoplasty offers a targeted surgical solution
www.osnsupersite.com, 16 Oct 2008 [cached]
The procedure's advantages over traditional PK can be divided into two categories, according to OSN Cornea/External Disease Section Member Thomas John, MD.
"First, the fact that we're taking the full-thickness corneal wound and sutures out of the equation has advantages.With PK, because of the wound, significant astigmatism occurs.Second, with PK, the wound never heals entirely.So if the patient has an accident or trauma, that's the spot where the eye will rupture," Dr. John said.
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Then he trephined the posterior part of that split cornea 360° and then removed the disc," Dr. John said.
"Then he surgically created a donor disc consisting of the posterior corneal stroma, Descemet's membrane and the healthy endothelium all in one disc.This disc was brought into the anterior chamber of the patient's eye and placed to close the space that was surgically created in the patient's cornea, much like closing a manhole lid," he said.
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Dr. John described Dr. Melles' technique as a "huge step forward," but noted that it did not become popular among corneal surgeons.
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"The disc was placed on the inner corneal surface and was only held with the air bubble, much like taking a pizza and slapping it onto the ceiling," Dr. John said.
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Thomas John, MD, can be reached at 16532 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park, IL 60477; 708-429-2223; fax: 708-429-2226.
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