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What is Cataract surgery?

can anyone tel me the outcome and complications of cataract surgery if possible?
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Infection following cataract surgery is very uncommon but can be serious. There may be decrease in vision and the eye may become red and painful. This is an emergency, and you must contact your ophthalmologist immediately.Inflammation of the eye is called uveitis. The eye may become red and aching. This can be treated with drops.
Ophthalmologist Dr. N. K. Misra's  Response
Outcome is usually excellent.Complications are operative.which can be managed,post operative like infection and inflammation,of which infection is serious and is to be managed vigerously
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