In this Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012 photo, 70-year-old Maskut reaches to touch the nose of Dr. Sanduk Ruit, right, to prove that he can see after his eye patches were removed following his cataract surgery the night before at a military hospital in Padang Sidempuan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Indonesians flocked to the hospital for free cataract surgery performed by a team led by Nepalese master surgeon Dr. Sanduk Ruit who is renowned for his high-volume assembly-line approach. During the eight-day eye camps held in two towns in North Sumatra, more than 1,400 cataracts were removed. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

Associated Press
In this Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012 photo, 70-year-old Maskut reaches to touch the nose of Dr. Sanduk Ruit, right, to prove that he can see after his eye patches were removed following his cataract surgery the night before at a military hospital in Padang Sidempuan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Indonesians flocked to the hospital for free cataract surgery performed by a team led by Nepalese master surgeon Dr. Sanduk Ruit who is renowned for his high-volume assembly-line approach. During the eight-day eye camps held in two towns in North Sumatra, more than 1,400 cataracts were removed. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)
In this Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012 photo, 70-year-old Maskut reaches to touch the nose of Dr. Sanduk Ruit, right, to prove that he can see after his eye patches were removed following his cataract surgery the night before at a military hospital in Padang Sidempuan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Indonesians flocked to the hospital for free cataract surgery performed by a team led by Nepalese master surgeon Dr. Sanduk Ruit who is renowned for his high-volume assembly-line approach. During the eight-day eye camps held in two towns in North Sumatra, more than 1,400 cataracts were removed. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)
View Comments (0)