“All diabetics must consider retinopathy seriously, and should religiously get themselves examined by a retina specialist at least once in 6 months as long as they have not developed any evidence of diabetic retinopathy and more frequently thereafter.
Vision loss due to diabetic retinopathy should be termed as Unfortunate Blindness, as it could have been saved in a majority of cases. Awareness of this disease has definitely improved since the past, but we still have a long way to go in managing this potentially blinding disorder. Scientific advances and the use of latest equipment at GEI, has helped several diabetics in maintain good vision for long term and prevent visual loss.”….Dr. Anshul Goyal
Dr. Anshul Goyal completed his masters in ophthalmology from the renowned Gandhi Eye Hospital, at Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Following which he completed his fellowship in Vitreo-Retina for 2 and half years from Sankara Nethralaya in Chennai. Considered the temple of the eye for training in retinal diseases. He was awarded the certificate of International Scholar by the international council of Ophthalmology in 2008 and Certificate of Merit in 2009, both achievements received by only five students each year world-wide. He is proficient in managing diabetic retinopathy patients of all severity and is heading the department vitreo-retinal services at GEI since 2012.