Why are ophthalmologists reluctant to use lasers?

A new paper in the journal Ophthalmology describes how ophthalmic surgeons have difficulty applying the lasers that are so popular with the medical community.

Researchers from the University of Queensland, Australian National University and the University College London found that ophthalmosciologists do not use the lasers well enough, and may even consider them as unsafe.

The research, which was funded by the British Medical Research Council and published in the Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery, is one of the first studies of its kind to examine the impact of laser surgery on eye health.

In the study, researchers used a technique called “optical coherence tomography” (CT).

It allows a doctor to image and record a patient’s corneal structure using a microscope and a video camera.

The camera then takes pictures of the patient’s pupils and retina.

The doctor then uses a laser to illuminate the image, which the patient can view via a computer screen.

However, the researchers found that this procedure was not sufficiently effective in reducing the number of tears in the eye.

The researchers found the majority of patients who underwent optical coherence surgery had fewer tears than patients who did not.

“In the majority, patients had only minor tears,” Dr. Daniel Ewen, a professor in the Department of Oculogy at the University’s Queensland Centre for Ophthalmoscience, told CNN.

“And when we saw these numbers, it really did strike us as alarming.”

Dr. Ewen and his colleagues examined data from nearly 20,000 patients who had undergone optical co-operative surgery at hospitals in Australia, Britain and the United States.

They compared the number and severity of eye injuries in those patients who received the lasers with those who did and found that optical cooperative surgery patients had significantly more eye injuries compared to patients who didn’t.

One of the biggest challenges for ophthalmal surgeons when using lasers is the risk of tearing, Dr. Dafna Shrader, the study’s lead author and a PhD candidate at the Queensland Centre, told Reuters Health.

Dr. Shradeso told CNN that when patients are in a position where they can be blinded, or can’t see clearly, they tend to focus on their own vision.

“If you’re in a situation where you’re not blind, it’s easy to focus and not look at the problem,” she said.

Dr Shraderso said there is no single solution for oculogy surgery.

There is a number of approaches that can be taken, but the main one is to make sure that you’re wearing a mask and keeping a clear line of sight.

This is something that most doctors are not aware of, Dr Shrsader said.

She said ophthalms can help prevent the damage to the eye and help patients regain their sight if they’re blinded.

Dr Ewen said the study does not mean that oculomy surgeries should be avoided, but it does mean that surgeons need to be more careful when applying the laser.

He said the procedure can be a very powerful tool in treating eye injuries.

“It is not a treatment for every case of tear or tear surgery, but in a large proportion of cases it’s effective,” he said.

“So it’s definitely something that should be considered when patients have some type of injury.”

The researchers hope that this new research will help other ophthalMates to better understand the risks and benefits of lasers in their practice.