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Congenital cataract

Introduction: Congenital cataract

Description of Congenital cataract

Congenital cataract: Related Topics

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Congenital cataract as a Disease

Congenital cataract: Type of or association with medical condition Cataracts.
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Congenital cataract: Related Diseases

Congenital cataract: Congenital cataract is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Congenital cataract as a subtype of Cataracts

Cataracts (medical condition): Cloudy areas on the eye's cornea interfering with vision.

Cataracts: A cataract (KA-ter-act) is a cloud over the lens of your eye, which is usually clear. The lens focuses light onto... (Source: excerpt from Keep your eyes healthy: NIDDK)

Cataracts are common among older people. Cataracts are cloudy areas in part or all of the eye lens. The lens is usually clear and lets light... (Source: excerpt from Aging -- Women Getting Older: NWHIC)

Cataracts are cloudy areas in part or all of the eye lens. The lens is usually clear and lets light through. Cataracts keep light... (Source: excerpt from Aging and Your Eyes -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA)

Congenital cataract as a Symptom

Congenital cataract (symptom): Type of Cataracts.

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