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Meet Pinchas P Rosenberg, MD
Dr. Pinchas Rosenberg specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases. Particular areas of interest include Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinal vein occlusions, and Retinal Detachment. He co-authored the chapter on diabetic retinopathy in the authoritative "Netter's Textbook of Internal Medicine, 2nd edition".
Dr. Rosenberg joined Everett & Hurite Ophthalmic Association in 2007. After receiving his medical degree in 2001 from Northwestern University in Chicago, he completed an internship at the Alton Oshsner Clinic Foundation in New Orleans. This was followed by a residency in ophthalmology at Louisiana State University/Ochsner and a fellowship in vitreoretinal surgery at the University of North Carolina in 2007.
Dr. Rosenberg was a concert violinist and performed extensively prior to beginning medical school in 1997. He credits his musical training for the exacting standards and rigor he applies to his medical and surgical practice. He also prides himself on caring for patients with empathy and taking the time necessary for each patient.
Dr. Rosenberg utilizes small gauge incision vitrectomy surgery, and brings extensive experience in complex retinal detachment repair. He sees patients in multiple offices providing a wide range of retinal services including complete evaluations of diabetic retinopathy, retinovascular and macular diseases. Fluorescein angiography and high resolution OCT is available as an office procedure. Laser and surgical treatment of a variety of retinal conditions is also offered by Dr. Rosenberg.
B. Arts, B. Music
1993 - 1997
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Doctor Of Medicine (M.D)
1997 - 2001
Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Classes in Business Administration
1997 - 1998
Ochsner Hospital and Clinics, New Orleans, LA
2001 - 2002
Louisiana State University/Ochsner Departments of Ophthalmology, New Orleans, Louisiana
2002 - 2005
University of North Carolina, Department of Ophthalmology, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
2005 - 2007
American Board of Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Knowledge Assessment Program
UPMC Mercy Hospital
West Penn Hospital
Chief Resident, Charity Hospital
Chief Resident, Ochsner Hospital
Resident's Day Research Award
Ophthalmomyiasis with a singular subretinal track
Chapter 160: Diabetic Retinopathy, Netter's Textbook of Internal Medicine
The use of the fugo blade in corneal surgery: a preliminary animal study
Discrepancies in detecting severe diabetic retinopathy by fundus imaging in an indigent clinic
Chorodial effusions following a seasoning salt injury
Corneoscleral melt and fungal endophthalmitis following pterygium surgery using low dose mitomycin C