Inflammation of optic nerve sheath and ophthalmos

Inflammation of optic nerve sheath and ophthalmos Mrs. P. L., a 65 years old woman from Nicosia, Cyprus, had been operated of problems in the optical nerve and lost the vision in her right eye. She was complaining of frequent inflammation in her eye. She came to iMER looking for a second opinion on the further treatment of her condition.

iMER set the consultation at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem. She was diagnosed by Professor Felix Umansky, Chairman of the Dept. of Neurosurgery, discarded the need for a neurosurgical intervention and Dr. Ytzchak Hemo, Chairman, Vitreo-Retinal Service suggested a conservative treatment of her problems.

Ms. E. L., Mrs. P. L.’s daughter, satisfied with iMER services and the Second Opinion presented, wrote to Dr. Simos Kazamias, iMER Medical Coordinator in Cyprus:

Dear Dr Kazamias,

Thank you for your prompt answer.

I take this opportunity to congratulate you on the high standard of service your company has provided during our stay in Israel.

Everybody was very polite and eager to help in every possible way.

Be sure that I will recommend your company to anyone in need of assistance.

Thanking you again

E. L.

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