In a series of polls, the National Academy of Ophthalmology has determined that appendicitus surgery is safe for patients with chronic or chronic pain, but the surgery remains the most commonly performed surgery in the United States.
In its survey of more than 20,000 patients, the academy found that appendectomy was the second most common surgery, followed by surgery to repair tear ducts, which accounts for a majority of patients.
The surgery was also performed on more than one in four patients.
The academy also found that, among the most common complications, the most frequently encountered was inflammation of the tear duct lining.
However, the surgery was not performed on all patients, and it was not the most frequent complication.
In all, 6,639 patients were enrolled in the survey, with an average age of 34.8 years old.
The median age was 31.5.
The survey found that a large majority of those surveyed were men, and that, while a majority were white, more than half of the respondents were African-American.
The majority of the survey participants were between the ages of 18 and 50 years old, with the median age being 55.1.
The highest number of respondents who were younger than 45 years old was 2,929, with a median age of 45.6.
The most recent survey found more than 2,700 patients, with almost half of those older than 45.
The survey also found the majority of respondents did not know the surgical procedure was medically necessary.
A large majority, 61.4 percent, said they did not believe the surgery would be necessary.
The vast majority, 70.5 percent, also said they believed the surgery should be done in the emergency room.
Among those surveyed, 73.5% had undergone a surgical procedure to treat chronic pain and a small majority had undergone an appendectomy to repair tears.
The average age for patients who had undergone appendicitous surgery was 39.3 years old and the median was 37.6 years.
The mean age was 40.3, with 76.5 patients older than 40.
In a survey of a different population of more, 2,300 people, a similar number of people said they had undergone surgery to remove a tear duct and the majority were between 35 and 40 years old at the time of the procedure.
The results of the academy’s survey were published in the journal JAMA Surgery.