Know what is cancer of the eyes? How does the smartphone help with the detection

cancer of the eyes

If the pupil of the eyes or some reflection of the white color around it may be the symptoms of ‘ratinoblastoma’.

Know what is cancer of the eyes?  How does the smartphone help with the detection
21-year-old Shivam is a victim of ‘Ratinoblatoma’. After finding the right time, Shivam’s life was saved, but he lost one of his eyes forever. (File photo)

New Delhi: On the days of cancer, various types of cancers are coming out in the research on cancer, many of them prove to be fatal, and there are many who may be able to save the patient’s life due to treatment at the right time. One of these is ‘Ratinoblastoma’. It is a special type of cancer that is found in children from 6 months to 6 years. According to doctors, it is found in every child in every 15000. It is a rare type of cancer that causes people to have very little information about it. But if there is no treatment at the right time, it spreads to the rest of the body by forming a tumor and like other cancers, it can also be dangerous.

 

The relief is that the symptoms are exposed to the rest of the cancer and thiscan be detected by a small smartphone camera . For this, in the Dim Light, the camera has to take a picture of the child’s eyesight by flashing the photo, the photo needs to be taken so closely that the baby’s pupil should be visible clearly. Usually the puppet of the eye is black, but if there is some white reflection on the pupil of the eyes or around it, then this can be the symptoms of ‘ratinoblastoma’, so take the child especially to the eye doctor. must go. 

 

The students of Janki Devi College have taken the responsibility to spread awareness amongst people about this deadly disease. Together with the Health Centers, these students have started campaigning for “Ratinoblastoma” awareness among people through home, posters and demos. According to Nirmala Murlidhar, Professor of HDFE Department at Janki Devi College, it was also necessary to spread awareness about “Ratinoblastoma” because not only the common people but many doctors also do not know about this disease.

 

21-year-old Shivam is a victim of ‘Ratinoblatoma’. After finding the right time, Shivam’s life was saved, but he lost one of his eyes forever. Shivam explains that in his 1 year Omar, his parents saw that he sleeps too much and mostly cry while getting up. At the same time, when one of them was blind, white was flashing. The doctors nearby gave some medicines, but no one told them about this cancer. They came to know about ratinoblatoma when the problem was shown in AIIMS.