After being a place of prevention for the administration of the anti-flu nasal spray to the children of Milan, the outpatient clinic in the atrium below the MM5 Jerusalem stop will now be dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of amblyopia.
Amblyopia, also known as lazy eye, is one of the most easily diagnosed and treatable pathologies in childhood. It develops in pediatric age and affects 4-5% of children. The clinic, created in collaboration with Atm, will open from February one day a week to carry out eye examinations to the young patients of the Buzzi Hospital, thus avoiding that children with their parents have to go inside the hospital in compliance with social distancing rules.
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