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THE LAST ever eye operation was carried out at HM Stanley Hospital yesterday marking the end of a 58-year era.
He went for a review following an eye operation he had earlier on.
A normal eye operation costs $45 in the impoverished country, a price much too high for Afghans, the WHO says
Jackie, 46, went for a laser eye operation so she could bin her specs when taking part in challenging sports.
A patient was having an eye operation under general anaesthesia.
Meanwhile Stuart has his eye operation and Paul admits his love to Lil.
The three judges agree to defer substantive hearings while one of the lawyers recovered from an eye operation.
I remember that when I had an eye operation and came to work wearing bandages, he treated it as a fashion statement and said, "I would have thought you'd choose to wear a black eye patch, like the Arrow Shirt man.
Individuals as old as 92 were examined and none were found to be too old to benefit from the most common eye operation performed in the U.
In many cases, patients threatened by blindness due to eye disease can be cured by an eye operation, but the success of the procedure depends on the ability of the eye surgeon to operate with precision using pin-thin instruments inside the eye.
Tenders are invited for Construction of EyeWard and Eye Operation Theatre for District Hospital Kishtwar.
In September, Mrs Brown moved to Cysgod-y-Gaer in Corwen as a temporary resident after an eye operation.
A DRUG dealer earning PS250 a week supplying cocaine claimed he was trying to raise the cash to pay for an eye operation.
Megan Telfer, who suffers from facial palsy, had just woken up after an eye operation when she heard jingling bells, and she took her Rudolph teddy to meet Santa too.
They include an eye operation costing PS8 to help cure a painful and potentially blinding eye disease.