The eye's lens develops a closely packed, cloudy area called a cataract over time. When proteins in the eye clump together, the lens is unable to transmit clear images to the retina, which leads to the development of a cataract. Light impulses from the lens's entry of light are processed by the retina to produce its functional actions. It transmits information, which is picked up by the optic nerve and sent to the brain.
- Hazy vision
- Inability to see at night
- Perceiving fading colours
- Enhanced glare sensitivity
- Halo-encircling lights
- Vision in the damaged eye is twofold.
- Excess of oxidants
- UV light
- Use of steroids and other drugs over an extended period
- Several illnesses, including diabetes
- Radiation treatment
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