Cataracts in hypocalcemia. Hypocalcemia is a condition where the blood is reduced content of calcium. Reducing the amount of calcium occurs in certain diseases of hereditary nature of renal failure, rickets, tetany, spazmofilii at any function or accidental deletion of parathyroid glands during surgery.
When hypocalcemia occurs bilateral cataracts with varying degrees of lens opacity. Turbidity can remain stable and low levels of calcium in the normalization or progress to complete loss of vision.