Both Cataracts and Glaucoma are degenerative eye diseases but in fact, these two conditions do not associate with each other. These both are the most common sight-threatening conditions, mostly occurring as we grow older. These can often lead to permanent loss of vision. People over 60 years of age may have both.  These conditions lead to vision loss. However, vision loss due to cataract is reversible i.e. after surgery an individual may get vision and…

What is Cataract? Normally, Cataract is an opacity or clouding of clear, crystalline, and transparent lens of our eyes that cause changes in the vision. The lens is present behind the pupil, iris, and the lens is transparent in nature. The lens helps to focus images in the retina. Cataracts can interfere with daily activities and even leads to blindness if left untreated.  Cataract is the leading cause of blindness in the world. It is…

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