Spk ophthomas surgery is going to cost $200k
Spk Ophthalmology has the biggest surgery, which could take place in about two weeks, for a rare type of glaucoma.
The procedure is typically done for people who have had a stroke, but it can also be done for patients who have a history of eye problems or other medical conditions that might make them more vulnerable to the condition.
The surgery is scheduled for April.
The procedure involves a procedure called ophthalmic detachment, which involves pulling out the cornea, the layer of cornea that covers the eye.
That’s where the corneal flap will be removed.
Spk said he was confident that doctors would be able to get the job done in about one week.
He said the procedure is often done to treat glaucosopharyngitis, a rare, but often deadly, eye condition.
The surgery is performed with a laser, and the corona flap is removed.
The cornea is then removed, leaving only a thin layer of the coronavirus-infected tissue that is responsible for the disease.
Spamalot said the coronal flap can be removed after six weeks, but Spk is optimistic the surgery will be done sooner.
He said he is confident that Spk and his team can get it done in a few weeks.
He expects to get about 15 patients through the surgery and expects the operation to cost about $200,000.
He also said that Sparkel is going out of his way to make sure people who are not eligible are able to participate.
The operation is one of the most expensive surgeries in the country.
The average price of the procedure was about $60,000 in the U.S., but Sparllot said that could change depending on the patient and the surgeon.
The American College of Ophthalmic Surgeons estimates the average cost of the surgery is about $25,000, though the surgeon is responsible if the costs exceed that.