Why you shouldn’t get your nose and eyes checked at the surgery
LASIK surgery, which involves cutting the surface of your eyes with a needle and the insertion of a needle into your nose, is being carried out in the United Kingdom to treat a severe case of macular degeneration, according to a report in The Times.
The surgery was carried out by Dr. David Pogue, who has been performing the procedure for the past five years.
In his report, the paper said that it was carried in the UK on a team of six doctors, who were able to get to the surgery in a few hours.
The paper said the procedure was carried-out by a specialist team and was carried through in the same fashion as in the US, with the doctors using a small device, called a laser, to penetrate the skin of the eye.
The doctors used a laser to cut the eye to pieces and then inserted a needle through the eye in a surgical procedure known as an ophthalmoscopic, which was used to extract blood from the eye, according the report.
The ophthalmic surgery is also known as ophthalmoplectomy and is often performed on adults, though the paper added that the team in the study also used the term cataract surgery.
The team was able to take advantage of the fact that it had been in operation at the same time as the United States for five years, and the procedure had been carried out on both sides of the Atlantic.
The United States was the first country to carry out ophthalmology surgery on its citizens, which led to it becoming the world’s first ophthalmo- surgical centre.
According to the report, doctors had been unable to find a surgeon to carry it out, as the British team was only qualified to do the procedure in England.
The procedure is carried out using a laser.
The British team said that they used a small laser to extract the blood from one of the eyes.
It was carried by a team made up of six medical students and a team doctor, and it involved removing the skin around the eye using a needle inserted through the nose.
The report said that the procedure took two hours and cost the team around £10,000.
The researchers said that all of the procedures were carried out under strict safety protocols.
They said that no patients were harmed during the operation.
The research team said in a statement that the patients were all well and that no complications were reported during the procedure.
The operation was carried for the first time in the world last week.
The first ophthamics surgery in the country was carried on in 2016, when the team carried out a procedure to remove a patient’s eyeball in London.
The move prompted controversy when it was announced that the surgeon, Dr. Ravi Shrivastava, was sacked by the hospital and subsequently banned from practising in the U.K. He is still working as an obstetrician in the city.
The Times reported that a total of 561 people had undergone the procedure at the time of the report’s publication, and more than 70% of them had no complications.