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    Cataracts
    A cataract appears as an opaque or cloudy area on the lens of the eye. A common form is the result of the ageing process, other forms may be congenital (present at birth or soon after) or caused by infection or injury. Treatment involves surgically removing the lens, corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses can be used. An artificial lens may also be implanted in the eye.

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