June 2013
Hawaii Journal of Medicine & Public Health;Jun2013, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p210
Academic Journal
The article offers world news briefs as of June 2013. A Hawaiian patient lost his eye after an uncomplicated cataract surgery and on Medical Care for Children Partnership (MCCP) review, it was found that there was no surgical malpractice. A Danish study reveals that a part of the brain processing visual information increases in volume with routine cataract surgery. Two jurors became ill in Philadelphia court room when a witness was describing his miserable life after the loss of his left eye.


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