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Cataract Surgery

What Are the Treatments for Corneal Edema Resulting From Cataract Surgery?

The clear tissue at the front of the eye is the cornea; in order to have clear vision, the tissue of the cornea needs to remain th...

Aftercare for Cataract Surgery

Eye surgeons and their staff work closely with patients before cataract surgery to ensure that patients understand the surgery and...

Herbs to Remove Cataracts Without Surgery

A natural lens sits inside the front section of your eye, and as you age this lens may start to turn cloudy. This condition, calle...

Swimming With Goggles When Recovering From Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are an eyesight disorder that affects around half of Americans over the age of 65, according to the National Institutes ...

Medicines & Vitamins to Be Avoided Before Cataract Surgery

A cataract is a condition in which the lens in the eye starts to develop a cloud, affecting your vision. Your chance of developing...

Types of Cataract Surgery

Older people commonly experience cataracts, which are a clouding of the eye's lens. According to Mitchell Scheiman, Maxine Scheima...

Cataract Eye Surgery Options

Cataracts, clouding of the lens that adjusts to help people see objects close up and far away, develop with age. Over half of all ...

Eye Exercises for Cataract Surgery Recovery

Cataracts refer to the thin membrane lens of the eye becoming cloudy or blurred eventually leading to impaired vision or blindness...

Dangers of Cataract Surgery for Children

Cataracts in children are rare, but their removal is the most common eye surgery in children throughout the world. According to th...

What Are the Treatments for Cystoid Macular Edema After Cataract Surgery?

Cystoid macular edema, or CME, often occurs after cataract surgery and intraocular lens implantation. In this condition, fluid-fil...
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