Senile Cataract is an age-related eye disease that impairs the vision. Senile Cataract is characterized by the gradually progressive thickening of the eye lens. A person with Senile Cataract presents a medical history of gradually progressive deterioration of vision and disturbance in night vision. Symptoms are:
• Decreased visual acuity
• Glare in bright light
• Myopic shift
• Monocular diplopia
HOW IS SENILE CATARACT DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of senile cataract is done by an ophthalmologist who would check your eye vision and also conduct some clinical tests.
HOW IS SENILE CATARACT TREATED?
Lens Extraction is the definitive treatment for Senile Cataract.
DID YOU KNOW?
Senile Cataract is the world’s leading cause of treatable blindness.