Cataract

Cataract

Cataract

A cataract is a clouding that forms in the human eye’s natural. It is caused by a ‘denaturation’ of the proteins that make up the natural lens in the eye. Age is the usually consistent with cataract formation, but it may also be brought on by extended exposure to ultraviolet light, radiation, or even as a consequence of prolonged usage of certain drugs, or as an after-effect of some metabolic diseases, such as diabetes.

Clear vision can be restored by replacing the cloudy natural lens of human eye with a synthetic one.

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