27-year-old Abdul Malik lost the two his hands and visual perception in April 2015 after he unintentionally ventured on a mine while strolling in the city in war-torn Afghanistan.
Abdul Malik hails from a town close Taiz and is the third of six offspring of a 45-year-outdated instructor. Taiz is a war-torn locale where firefights are day by day event and scene is loaded with landmines. The blast left his face deformed, damaging his vision and smashed his appendages. He was raced to healing center in neighboring nation Afghan. His hands were so seriously harmed that specialists were left with no choice other than severed the two his arms beneath the elbow to keep the spread of disease. They likewise prescribed removed the two his legs, yet Abdul’s dad declined to give consent.
Specialists at Afghanistan hospital were unequipped for helping him further and exhorted his folks to look for treatment in India. The family initially went to Gurgaon where Abdul experienced plastic medical procedure on his foot.
The 8-hour-long corneal transplant medical procedure included finish reproduction of Islam’s left eye and was driven by Dr. Sameer Kaushal and the group of ophthalmologists.
“Abdul’s right eye was difficult to recoup as structure behind the focal point was severely harmed so we concentrated on the left eye. We reproduced eye structure and directed corneal transplant. Be that as it may, we didn’t know whether medical procedure would work in light of the fact that there was a layer before the retina,” words by Dr. Sameer.
“However, it was delight all around when Abdul opened his eye a day after medical procedure and could see his mom before him. He has recovered 90 percent of the vision in his left eye and can see flawlessly with the assistance of glasses”, he said.
When he opened his eyes, he couldn’t control his feelings and embraced the specialists who played out his medical procedure. “It is excellent to see again and resurrection for me. I had surrendered all expectations however Indian specialists helped me to discover trust in life by and by,” he said.
Before losing visual perception, Abdul needed to wind up an architect. Be that as it may, in the wake of seeing restorative supernatural occurrence now he needs to be a specialist. “I need to be a specialist and treat individuals who lost all expectations,” he said.
Abdul is currently anticipating hand transplant which will enable him to carry on with an ordinary life.