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Christopher Majka
MD

Christopher Majka
MD

Texas Eye Care Network
6002 S. Staples Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78413

Corpus Christi

Texas (TX)

Contact Contact Christopher Majka
T: 361-334-2625
F: 361-334-2203

Visit: www.texaseye.care
Ophthalmology

Ophthalmology

Languages Spoken: English, Spanish

Profile

Dr. Majka is a fellowship-trained Ophthalmologist dedicated to providing excellent, efficient eye care to South Texas. Specializing in cataracts, laser vision correction, cornea, glaucoma, diabetes, and comprehensive ophthalmology, he is committed to early detection, prevention, and minimally invasive practices to help preserve and restore vision. Dr. Majka has extensive experience in all areas of eye surgery, having performed over 15,000 procedures. He graduated from an accelerated 6-year BS/MD program and received advanced training at the world-renowned Duke University. A pioneer in his field, Dr. Majka employs many new technologies and techniques, ensuring all patients have the best possible eyesight. 

Published In:

Texas Rising Stars 2021
Texas Rising Stars 2020
Texas Rising Stars 2019

About Christopher Majka

Medical School: Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine

Graduation Year: 2006

Professional Webpage: https://www.texaseye.care/Doctors/Christopher-Majka


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Polyhexamethylene Biguanide and Calcineurin Inhibitors as Novel Antifungal Treatments for Aspergillus Keratitis (2011)

This publication explores the reserach and findings of Polyhexamethylene Biguanide and Calcineurin Inhibitors as Novel Antifungal Treatments for Aspergillus Keratitis. The purpose of this study was to establish polyhexamethylene biguanide (PHMB) as an effective treatment for Aspergillus keratitis in a novel murine model. To determine the ability of the calcineurin inhibitors tacrolimus (FK506) and cyclosporine A (CSA) to enhance the activity of PHMB, amphotericin B (AMB), and voriconazole (VCZ) against Aspergillus keratitis.

The Fate of Diced Cartilage Grafts of Traumatized Versus Nontraumatized Origin (2007)

Diced cartilage grafts used in rhinoplasty have reported advantages and disadvantages. The irregular resorption rate of the engrafted mass is one major issue, the reason for which has not yet been eludicated. This study aimed to determine the role of traumatized versus nontraumatized cartilage as the source of diced cartilage grafts.

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