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Complicated Cataract

Complicated Cataract

Complicated cataract occurs as a complication of certain diseases of the structures of the eyeball. Most often complicated cataract develops on the background of chronic inflammatory diseases of the uvea (uveitis) caused by tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis, syphilis, etc.

Cataract is due to exposure to toxic substances and microorganisms available due to prolonged inflammation. Turbidity may be varying degrees, but quite often a complete cataract

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