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BANGALORE: Doctors at Narayana Nethralaya have restored an abandoned infant’s sight, thanks to an accident victim’s family who donated the eyes.
Srinivas, aged 15 months, was first brought to the hospital about two months ago for tests.Abandoned
When he was just a few days old, he was found abandoned on the Bangalore University campus traumatised, bitten by ants, rodents and attacked by stray dogs. At that point, he was treated with basic medicines.
Subsequently, his eyes developed scars and the pupil began to whiten. As a result, his vision began to steadily deteriorate.Donation
However, he was successfully operated upon following the donation of accident victim Mohan Kumar’s eye on Thursday.
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