Cataract describes the clouding of the natural lens of the eye, usually caused by aging, but also in conjunction
with other risk factors, such as exposure to the sun's UV rays, smoking, steroid intake and diabetes. Symptoms
include blurred vision, glare, halos around lights, colors that are less bright, a cloudy spot in your vision and,
sometimes, temporary vision improvement. Surgical removal of the lens may be necessary if visual loss becomes
significant, with lost optical power replaced with an intraocular lens, contact lens, or aphakic spectacles.
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