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An unpleasant experience

Ciobanu Cristina
Language: English
Country: Romania
Typology: patients and relatives
In 2003, a family friend, and made an appointment in a private clinic of ophthalmology. After consultation it was found that they must operate the left eye that had pterygium. Normally they should done the physical and mental training of the patient before entering the operating room, but immediately she was put on a table and her hands and feet bound and the doctor began the operation. My fried was very scared, blood pressure was high, breathing very fast, panicked. The doctor said very clear to descend her from the table and to go out, and to return when she is prepared for surgery. My friend came out very disappointed, but returned for surgery.

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