Malappuram: A 110-year-old man is happy to have regained his sight after cataract surgery. Ravi, a native of Vandoor, returned to the world of colors after undergoing surgery at Manjeri Government Medical College with confidence, forgetting his age and other ailments. Experts in the field of ophthalmology at the Medical College are behind this rare achievement. Ravi regained his sight as the surgery was a complete success.
Ravi and his family shared the joy of the unexpected return. Congratulations to the entire team members of the Medical College who provided excellent treatment and brought us into the world of vision. He was admitted to the Manjeri Medical College Ophthalmology Department with uveitis and cataracts in both eyes. His age and other ailments made the surgery a challenge. However, the surgery was performed with hope.
Head of the Department of Ophthalmology, Dr. Rajini underwent cataract surgery on both eyes on the same day. Department of Ophthalmology Assistant Professor Dr. P.S. Head of the Department of Anesthesia, Dr. Rekha. Veena Dutt and Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Shuhaib Abubaker were also present.
Manjeri Medical College, Department of Ophthalmology offers a wide range of modern treatments and sciences for the general public. In addition to the OCT scan and laser treatment for retinopathy found in diabetics, the ophthalmology department has successfully performed ‘tosis’ and cataract-induced keyhole surgery for conjunctivitis.
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