When a Doctor Becomes a Patient
How I switched operating table positions three times in my life
Nikica Gabrić | | Opinion
Like many of my fellow ophthalmologists, I have performed surgery – including LASIK and refractive lens exchange – on many high-profile figures. However, my most exciting patients are not the famous ones, but other doctors. Being able to share amazing, innovative technologies with “one of my own” is a great feeling!
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