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These home medical tests may be relevant to Cataract causes:
Although you might think you have a cataract, the only way to know for sure is by having an eye examination. Should your eye care professional find one, he or she can monitor it and advise you about any future treatment. (Source: excerpt from Are You At Risk for Cataract: NEI)
To detect a cataract, an eye care professional examines the lens. A comprehensive eye examination usually includes:
Your eye care professional may also do other tests to learn more about the structure and health of your eye. (Source: excerpt from Facts About Cataract: NEI)
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