Cataract is the opacification (clouding) of the lens of the eye, which prevents clear vision and usually progresses to blindness if left untreated.

Although most cases of Cataract are related to the ageing process, occasionally children can be born with the condition, or a Cataract may develop after eye injuries, inflammation, and some other eye diseases.

Cataract surgery, in which the lens is removed and replaced by an intra-ocular lens, restores sight and is considered a highly cost-effective intervention.

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