A cataract appears as a clouding of the lens of the eye, blurring or fogging the patient's vision.
Common symptoms of cataract include:
Clouded, dim, or blurred vision
Difficulty with night vision
Increased sensitivity to light and glare
Need for brighter light
Seeing ""halos"" around lights
Double vision in a single eye
Frequent changes in eyeglass power or contact lens prescription power
Colors appear less vibrant
Cataracts commonly form during the aging process. The lens of the eye becomes thicker and less flexible with age, which may cause tissues to break down and clump together to form cloudy areas on the lens. This is called an eye cataract, and as it develops further it completely blurs vision, making everyday tasks more difficult.
Yes, cataracts can be cured either through corrective eyeglasses, contact lenses or surgery.
In young adults cataracts can accelerate due to radiation exposure, trauma or illness. In older adults, the condition is accelerated in those having diabetes.
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