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What is a cataract?

Cataract is a cloudiness or opacity of the normally
transparent crystalline lens of the eye, which often develops
at advanced age. Most people over sixty years of age have at
least a mild form of cataract. It is treated surgically. Cataract
cannot be stopped or slowed down by any therapeutic
intervention. Cataracts are associated with metabolic
changes inside the crystalline lens, which are followed by
clouding of the peripheral regions and optical part of the
lens. No other treatment than surgery is available.

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