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Army Hospital Gets Its First Lasik Surgery Centre

by Sreeraman on  March 24, 2008 at 6:26 PM Hospital News   - G J E 4
Army Hospital Gets Its First Lasik Surgery Centre The first ever Kerato-Refractive Surgery (Lasik Surgery) Centre of the Armed Forces was inaugurated at Army Hospital (Research and Referral), in New Delhi today by Lieutenant General Yogendra Singh, Director General Armed Forces Medical Services in the presence of Major General O P Mathew, Commandant, Army Hospital (R and R).

Lasik surgery will help in correction of complex refractive errors and the problems of the anterior surface of the eye ball.

Lieutenant General Yogendra Singh brought out that a long-standing need of the service clientele has been fulfilled. Major General O P Mathew said that the department of Ophthalmology at Army Hospital (R and R) is now equipped to offer competent management of the eye diseases available at any nationally reputed eye centre in the country.

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