Southwest Retina opens research center to conduct clinical trials

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Southwest Retina opens research center to conduct clinical trials

Patients from across Four Corners will test new medications, devices
Karen Talley, a registered nurse with Southwest Retina, demonstrates an eye test. Patients participating in clinical trials will have their vision tested with these trial frames.

Southwest Retina opens research center to conduct clinical trials

Karen Talley, a registered nurse with Southwest Retina, demonstrates an eye test. Patients participating in clinical trials will have their vision tested with these trial frames.

Southwest Retina opens research center to conduct clinical trials

Caroline Tom, right, with Southwest Retina demonstrates a camera that captures lesions caused by macular degeneration. It is primarily used to determine whether a patient has wet or dry macular degeneration.

Southwest Retina opens research center to conduct clinical trials

Mariah Fuller-Pazell, right, with Southwest Retina Consultants demonstrates the Maia, a microperimeter, on Karen Talley, a registered nurse, also with Southwest Retina, at the office at the Horse Gulch Health Campus. The machine is used in research to track the atrophy of the retina that happens during macular degeneration.
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