Cataract surgery

What is Cataract surgery?

Catarct surgery is removal of the natural lens of the eye after opacification. Due to age or various other factors like diabetes, trauma etc, it gets opacified. The surgery to remove this lens and replace it with artificial lens is called cataract surgery.

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If I have Groenouw's and Fuchs and get cataract surgery what are the risks?

I have upcoming cataract surgery but I am concerned about the negative...

doctor1 MD

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Corneal dystrophies and cataract

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From the history you have provided you have two...

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my husband is having cataract surgery Tues. He can only take his heart medicine and high blood pressure medicine early that morning because his...

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It seems from the history that your husband is scheduled for cataract surgery.
He can take his heart medicine and blood pressure medicines...

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hi, i have a question regarding eye cataracts....My dad has had three corneal graftings done on his right eye and one on his left one...recently he...

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welcome to HCM
your father will gain vision that was present to him before having cataract.
now a days ripening of cataract and then operate...

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