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Congenital Cataract. Your eye works a lot like a camera. Light rays focus through the lens on the retina, a layer of light-sensitive cells at the back of the eye.


Nov 23, 2020 ... Congenital cataract. Congenital cataract is an opacity of the lens of the eye that can be present at birth. In congenital cataract the crystalloid lens ...


Jan 23, 2019 ... 1 in the March/April 2018 issue highlights some important facts about congenital unilateral cataracts. Unilateral cataract in children often goes ...


Apr 17, 2019 ... Pediatric cataract surgery presents challenges for surgeons due to the small size of the child's eye. Low scleral rigidity also makes it difficult to ...


Apr 2, 2019 ... The rationale behind this study is that being a parent to a child with congenital cataract demands very good self‐management skills. Impact ...


Hypomyelination and Congenital Cataract: Neuroimaging Features of a Novel Inherited White Matter Disorder. A. Rossi, R. Biancheri, F. Zara, C. Bruno, G.


Sep 9, 2019 ... Untreated cataracts can lead to loss of visual acuity, amblyopia, nystagmus, strabismus, and permanent blindness. Congenital cataracts appear ...


Congenital cataract. Distortions in the crystalline lens are one of the main factors for poor sight and blindness in children. It may be both congenital and acquired.


Context: Bilateral pediatric cataracts are important cause of visual impairment in children. Aim: To study the outcome of bilateral pediatric cataract surgery in young ...


Most cataracts are invisible until they became dense enough to cause a loss of sight. When the lens becomes cloudy it thickens and the pupil appears white.