The science of ophthalmology deals with the health and treatment of eye conditions. Patients suffering from eye disorders receive first-class eye care and surgical treatment in the Department of Ophthalmology at Choithram Hospital. Our department provides the best and most appropriate diagnostic care for vision problems and also treats complex conditions.
Our practice specializes in diagnosing and treating cataracts, traumatic eye injuries, and juvenile glaucoma in children and adults. It is our goal to ensure the health and speedy recovery of all our patients.
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The field of ophthalmology deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of the eye and visual system. Any stage of life can be affected by eye and vision problems. A clinician's special skills along with appropriate technology are necessary to provide eye care. But our multispecialty hospital with an advanced Ophthalmology department provides safe multidisciplinary care to patients with eye problems (Also to those who have coexisting diseases).
The Ophthalmology Department at Choithram Hospital offers comprehensive eye care to prevent, detect, and treat every conceivable eye disorder. Our department offers a wide range of clinical services such as vision problems, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, corneal disease, pediatric eye problems, etc. The department provides expert opinion intervention for patients with eye cases from outside the city. As the team has expertise in performing corneal transplants, the department conducts full-thickness corneal transplant procedures regularly. Furthermore, we have a large number of rare eye cases that pose diagnostic dilemmas. But with the help of adept ophthalmologists and expert paramedics, we make sure to give the best possible treatment to each individual.
Our Team Comprises
Latest Instrument and Cutting-Edge-Technology
As one of the few departments performing sutureless corneal transplants (DSEK) and advanced cataract surgery, we are one of the most advanced eye-care hospitals across 27 countries. We use high-end technology including:
Choithram Hospital's Ophthalmology Services
Ophthalmologic surgery involves the surgical treatment of the eye or any part of the eye. The procedure is most commonly used for treating retinal defects, repairing eye muscles, or removing cataracts or cancer. Using state-of-the-art medical and surgical techniques and highly skilled surgeons, these surgeries restore or improve vision in people of all ages.
Neuro-Ophthalmology at Choithram Hospital focuses on neurological problems related to the eye. When Neuro Ophthalmic conditions are not treated on time, they can damage the optic nerves, resulting in vision impairment and even irreversible damage. In neuro-ophthalmology, optic neuritis, papilledema, ischemic optic neuropathy, compressive optic neuropathy, inflammatory and infectious optic neuropathies, diabetic neuropathy, and hereditary and traumatic optic neuropathies are common occurred conditions.
A comprehensive range of eye diseases and vision problems affecting children, ranging from newborns to adolescents, is diagnosed and treated by Choithram Hospital’s Paediatric Ophthalmology Care. There are several common eye conditions that affect the little ones, such as drooping upper eyelids, squinting, lazy eyes, refractive errors, optic nerve abnormalities, congenital glaucoma, cataracts, and Retinopathy of Prematurity.
We provide an integrated diagnostic platform that offers ophthalmic diagnostic imaging, testing, and comprehensive eye exams. It is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and tools to conduct a wide range of tests and examinations ranging from routine eye examinations to highly specialized diagnoses involving Corneal topography, Fundus photography, Optical Coherence Tomography, Fluorescein angiography, Specular microscopy, etc.
Uveitis is an inflammation or swelling of the middle layer of the eye, called the uvea. A number of viral, fungal, and bacterial infections, as well as certain autoimmune disorders, may contribute to uveitis. A few of its symptoms include redness in the eyes, eye pain, light sensitivity, and blurred vision. Uveitis can lead to permanent vision loss if not treated early.
Glaucoma is an eye disease characterized by damage to the optic nerve, which transmits visual information to the brain. In this condition, abnormally high pressure builds up inside the eye. When it is in its initial stages, this condition does not cause any pain or produce any symptoms. If the damage worsens, noticeable vision loss occurs and eventually leads to blindness or even permanent vision loss.