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A cataract is a clouded or opaque part of the ocular lens. Proteins and fibres in the lens begin to break down, resulting in blurry or confused vision. The location and size of the cataract will affect your eyesight. At first, stronger illumination and spectacles can assist you deal with cataracts. Changes in metabolism and nutrient flow in the lens cause cataracts to form. Cataracts are most commonly degenerative, although they can also be congenital or result from infection, radiation, medications, trauma, or diabetes mellitus. N-Acetylcarnosine drops have been studied as a medical treatment for cataracts, as has Femtosecond laser mode-locking during cataract surgery, and the use of stem cells in a clinical trial for lens regeneration.
• IOL Implantation
• Surgical Techniques
• Operational Complications
• Infection Prophylaxis
• Cataract and Refractive Surgery
At 3.1% CAGR, The "Cataract Surgery Device Market" Size is expected to grow from 3524.3 million USD In 2020, to reach 3643.2 Million USD by 2026, The base year considered for the study is 2021, and the forecast period is between 2022 and 2026.
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