& # 39; I tore my retina in different places & # 39 ;: MasterChef star George Calombaris reveals the fight to save his eyesight, which includes ANOTHER surgery after a sports accident
MasterChef star George Calombaris has unveiled the fight to save his eyesight after a sports accident in March.
The 40-year-old chef from Melbourne was hit in the eyes with a squash ball and hurried to an emergency operation.
Talk to The Herald Sun., George said his first thought was that he might & # 39; lose his eyesight & # 39 ;.
& # 39; A huge lesson for me & # 39 ;: Masterchef jury member George Calombaris, 40, (photo) had surgery on his right eye after a sports accident and showed his eye patch on Saturday
& # 39; It is something that has knocked me before six and made me realize that I am not a teflon & # 39 ;, he told the publication.
George explained that the problems started after his first surgery, that doctors discovered he was bleeding at the back of the eye.
& # 39; When the bleeding stopped, they discovered that I had torn my retina in different places, a consequence of the impact, & # 39; he said.
He went on to say that days after the first operation he was forced to perform another emergency operation & # 39; to save his eyesight & # 39 ;.
Obstacles: the TV star revealed that surgeons were rushing to remove the lens from his damaged eye, along with the jelly of the eyeball to save his sight
The accident occurred during a social game of squash, where the ball hit the cook's right eye, causing him to run into the operating room.
The TV star revealed that surgeons were rushing to remove the lens from his damaged eye, along with the jelly of the eyeball.
He went on to say that his eye is filled with oil, and sees that he again undergoes surgery as soon as it is empty.
& # 39; I will live without a lens for the next six weeks and have this oil in my eyeball, which holds everything together, & # 39; he said.
Hurt: & # 39; I will live without a lens for the next six weeks and have this oil in my eyeball that actually holds everything together, & # 39; George said over his eye
George revealed a pirate field last month after his operation at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne.
When George went to his Instagram account at that time, he was silent about the details of the accident, instead thanking the hospital staff.
& # 39; A huge lesson for me today: wear protective glasses when playing squash, & # 39; he said.
Ouch! George said he was injured, and it wasn't in the kitchen, but during a game of squash with a friend. Shown in 2018
Prior to the MasterChef premiere this season, George was spotted in a number of interviews with sunglasses.
He told Fitzy & Wippa from Nova FM last month it was to protect his eyes while the healing process was taking place.
# Bright lights absolutely punish me right now, while this eye is healing. So those of you who thought I had a great night … I wish that! & # 39;
More cheerful: MasterChef's George Calombaris (right) has had to wear sunglasses while making the media rounds for this season. Here with Gary Mehigan (L) and Matt Preston (M)
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