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A cataract is a condition of the eye that affects vision. Resulting from damage to the retina in an often age-related process known as macular degeneration, the cataract causes the lens in the eye to become clouded and blocks light from entering. This results in a blurred retina image, and thus poor vision.
Cataract surgery involves removing the clouded lens and replacing it with a clear artificial lens. The following surgical techniques can be used to achieve this:
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Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma which tests and exams are involved in diagnosis, and what options are available in treatment
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, an estimated 64.3 million people worldwide suffer from glaucoma.
Even though eye diseases are non-life-threatening, we must not forget that damage to our eyes can be irreversible.