Kanpur: patient’s eye with black fungus removed, two patients discharged

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Prabhapunj Mishra
Updated Wed June 23, 2021 1:50 AM IST

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The ophthalmology team has operated on one eye and is saved by supplying medication to the other eye. The first operation of the eye was performed by the youth of Nehru Nagar for a black fungus in Hallet.

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A black fungus patient admitted to Kanpur Hallet had to undergo eye surgery. A 70-year-old patient from Unnao was infected with black fungus after covid. The infection from the eye spread to the brain.The team at the eye clinic operated on one eye and is saved by supplying the other eye with medication. The first operation of the eye was performed by the youth of Nehru Nagar for a black fungus in Hallet. The infection was in the other eye too, but it was saved.

The youngster was also released on Tuesday. Similarly, the eyes of a patient with black fungus were also saved prior to treatment. The patient was discharged. Chief Medical Superintendent Dr. Jyoti Saxena said 40 black fungus patients are being treated.

IJAR research from children’s eyes
Research was published in the Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR) on a pediatric patient who came from Unnao about a month ago and had his eyes removed for cancer. When this child arrived, the doctors at Hallett’s eye department were horrified to see his eyes.

Cancer was confirmed later when the patient was examined. The patient was sent to SGPGI Lucknow. He was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. The head of the eye clinic Dr. Parvez Khan announced that the patient is being treated at the SGPGI.

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A black fungus patient admitted to Kanpur Hallet had to undergo eye surgery. A 70-year-old patient from Unnao was infected with black fungus after covid. The infection from the eye spread to the brain.

The team at the eye clinic operated on one eye and is saved by supplying the other eye with medication. The first operation of the eye was performed by the youth of Nehru Nagar for a black fungus in Hallet. The infection was in the other eye too, but it was saved.

The youngster was also released on Tuesday. Similarly, the eyes of a patient with black fungus were also saved prior to treatment. The patient was discharged. Chief Medical Superintendent Dr. Jyoti Saxena said 40 black fungus patients are being treated.

IJAR research from children’s eyes

Research was published in the Indian Journal of Applied Research (IJAR) on a pediatric patient who came from Unnao about a month ago and had his eyes removed for cancer. When this child arrived, the doctors at Hallett’s eye department were horrified to see his eyes.

Cancer was confirmed later when the patient was examined. The patient was sent to SGPGI Lucknow. He was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. The head of the eye clinic Dr. Parvez Khan announced that the patient is being treated at the SGPGI.

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