General Ophthalmology General Ophthalmology services at Mazharul Haque BNSB Eye Hospital, Chandpur provide comprehensive eye care, from examinations and vision correction to the diagnosis and treatment of disease through medication and surgery. The clinic provides routine eye examinations and screen for Cataract, Glaucoma, Diabteic Retinopathy, Ocular Inflammation, Macular Degeneration and eye injuries, in addition to
Cataract Unit Cataract is the leading cause of curable blindness particularly in the ageing population. The patients can be visually rehabilitated satisfactorily through intraocular lens (IOL) implantation after removal of cataractous lens. The hospital performs around 12000 cataract surgeries annually. Small incision cataract surgeries both manual and by phacoemulsification technique are done routinely. One stop service
Glaucoma Unit The clinic evaluates and treats patients with Glaucoma and other diseases characterised by increased pressure in the eye and/or glaucomatous atrophy of the optic nerve. It also serves as a large referral centre for the treatment of Congenital Glaucoma, a rare condition with increased eye pressure and corneal enlargement present at birth or
Retina Unit Retina is the innermost coat of the eyeball responsible for image perception. Medical retina service at Mazharul Haque BNSB Eye Hospital deals with the patients having retinal disorders that can be managed medically without any surgical intervention. The medical retina clinic is equipped with modern facilities like Fundus Camera, fluorescein angiography, Optical coherence tomography and
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Retinopathy of Prematuirity (ROP) Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) occurs due to abnormal growth of blood vessels in an infant’s eye. During development, blood vessels grow from the central part of the retina outwards. This process is completed few weeks before the normal time of delivery. However in premature babies, it is incomplete. If blood vessels
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