British ophthalmologists refuse to allow UK patient to undergo surgery without eye prosthesis

Doctors in Britain say they will refuse to let a patient undergo a surgery without an eye prosthetic to treat her blindness.

British ophthalmmologists say that while there is evidence that eye prostheses are beneficial for the visually impaired, it is the surgeon’s decision whether to use them.

The surgery, which has to be performed by a licensed eye surgeon in the United Kingdom, will require the patient to wear an eyeglass, but the procedure could be done in a day or two, according to Dr. Thomas Whitehead, the Royal College of Ophthalmological Surgeons director.

Dr. Whitehead said in an interview with The Washington Times that while the procedure may seem complex, he hopes that a successful case can be made that the device will provide a better quality of life for patients with glaucoma, which causes vision loss in about half of the world’s people.

The United States has long had a ban on the use of eye prosthetics in some procedures.

That law was put in place to prevent some of the worst injuries to sight, such as car accidents and burns.

In 2016, the FDA said it would take no action on a new approval for the eye prosthectomy device until it had more evidence about the safety of the devices.

The FDA said the agency has not been able to determine whether the device was safe to use in humans.

The British government said it will take no decision on whether to allow the procedure until further studies are completed.

The British government has been in talks with doctors in the U.K. to determine how to proceed with the procedure.

In the U:The British Embassy in London said it had received no formal notification about the new decision and did not have a statement.

In Britain, there is no legal requirement that a doctor must use a prosthetic, but British doctors who choose to use the device are allowed to do so.

The government said that while most surgeries require the use a special eye surgeon, there are cases where it may be necessary for a specialist.

It said that if the surgery is done under the supervision of a trained eye surgeon who is in charge of the patient’s care, it would be considered a “reasonable use” of the prosthetic device.

Doctors are allowed, however, to use an eyepiece for the purpose of visual identification of the eye.

Doctors at King’s College London, which is part of the University College London Medical School, said that a number of procedures require the prosthesis.

One of those involves eye surgery.

Dr., James Dutton, who is the medical director of the British ocular clinic at the hospital, said in a statement that doctors in London are very careful in the care of their patients.

We do our best to be sensitive and considerate, he said.

He said that there is a “very high threshold” of success for a successful procedure.

Dr.-Gen. Richard Pugh, the British surgeon in charge at King Charles University Hospital, said the surgery should be considered safe for the patient.

I think it is a reasonable and good use of the technology,” he said in the interview with the Times.

It is not an appropriate procedure,” Dr. Poynt said.