Why is it important to treat Cataract
In addition to being the most common cause of preventable Blindness (80%) in our country and the profound bio-economic impact it can produce, a patient who harbors a mature cataract for a long time can develop certain compilation such as "phacolytic glaucoma" - Increase in the pressure within the eye due to leakage of lens proteins. Such people develop pain,
What are the
Patients generally complain of:
- Cloudy, fuzzy, foggy, or filmy vision.
- Changes in the way you see colors.
- Problems driving at night because headlights seem too bright.
- Problems with glare from lamps or the sun.
- Frequent changes in your eyeglass prescription.
- Double vision.
- Better near vision for a while only in farsighted people. These symptoms also can be signs of other eye problems.