He manages patients with common eye problems like cataracts and has a sub specialist interest in retinal diseases.
This includes Age Related Macular Degeneration(ARMD), Mr Banerjee is able to provide all currently available treatments for this condition including AVASTIN, LUCENTIS and the IOLVIP procedure.
Conditions requiring retinal surgery include Macular Hole and Retinal Detachment Repair are commonly performed under local anaesthesia providing the patient is agreeable and as a daycase.
Mr Banerjee continues to have a strong interest in training and research. Mr Banerjee established the surgical retinal training programme in Leicester and has trained Retinal Surgeons from around the World. He is also on the Faculty of Examiners at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
He regularly publishes in both national and international journals and is a Reviewer for a number of journals.
Mr Banerjee is also able to provide Medical Reports and act as an Expert Witness. Details of cases need to be discussed on an individual basis.
Mr Banerjee’s ophthalmic training has been mostly in the West Midlands Rotation and he became a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1997.
Subsequent to completing his general ophthalmic training Mr Banerjee performed a one year Surgical Retinal Fellowship at the Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre then a further Fellowship in Retina at Toronto Western Hospital.
Mr Banerjee went to Medical School at University College and Middlesex Hospital School of Medicine and attained his MBBS in 1992. He represented his Medical School at Football and Cricket.