Black Fungus Early Detection Center Launched in MaxiVision Eye Hospital: Maharashtra
| Wednesday | 9th June, 2021
MaxiVision Eye Hospitals group, the pioneers in the industry of eye care medical services have launched “Mucormycosis (Black Fungus) Early Detection Center.
Mumbai Eye Hospital, Maxvision has launched Mucormycosis Early Detection Center at its Somajiguda Branch in Hyderabad.
The Early Detection Centre has a team of doctors to examine the patient if it is Black Fungus. The team of doctors includes an Ophthalmologist, ENT specialist, and Microbiologist. The infected patients will be referred to government hospitals where the treatment for Mucormycosis is available.
Dr. Kasu Prasad Reddy, Chief Surgeon, Founder & Mentor, Co-Chairman, MaxiVision Eye Hospitals said Mucormycosis is an aggressive fungal infection, acquired primarily via inhalation of fungal spores in immunity weak hosts or through direct entry during trauma. The Early Detection Center will provide comprehensive Eye Check-ups, Ocular and Orbit Diagnosis, ENT Consultations, Microbiologist Consultations, Biopsy Tests, Pathology Tests, and Radiology Support.
Some of the common symptoms of Mucormycosis are nasal discharge and stiffness, black discoloration of the nose, toothache, jaw pain, prolonged fever, headache, and facial edema (swelling). However, there are some other symptoms that relate to the eyes, like swelling and pain in and around the eyes, and a thick discharge from eyes.
Patients can contact - 9390110000 for more details.
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