(Web Desk) - A routine cataract surgery turned into a bewildering spectacle for doctors in England after they found 27 contact lenses stuck in a woman’s eye.According to a report by The Guardian, the lenses were discovered when the 67-year-old woman went to get routine cataract surgery from a hospital in the West Midlands (English county).During the surgical procedure a “a bluish foreign body” was discovered. Upon further examin...

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