King Mohammed VI Undergoes Successful Pterygium Surgery

King Mohammed VI of Morocco underwent a successful pterygium surgery at the Quinze-Vingt Ophthalmology Hospital Center in Paris.

A statement co-signed by Professor Jean Philippe Nordmann, head of department at the said hospital, and Professor Abdelaziz Maaouni, the King’s personal physician, said that the King is doing well after the surgery.

It explained that the King had a pterygium in the left eye that was growing over the cornea, a condition requiring a full resection of the tissue. It needs a 15-day convalescence for the eye to heal.

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