King Mohammed VI in Paris operated on his eye
The surgeon Jean Philippe Nordmann carried out the operation, reports a recently issued statement signed by Prof. Nordmann (head of Department) and Prof. Abdelaziz Maaouni, the personal physician of the King.
The King had a pterygium in his left eye. One speaks of a pterygium as the lining that the white of the eye (the conjunctiva) covered in a triangular shape on the cornea is going to grow. This allows the vision be hampered.
The King will now have to keep 15 days rest for proper healing of the eye, in particular of the cornea.
May Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, soften and heal his pain for him soon.