IndiaMART > Medical Surgery & Treatment Centres > Medical Treatment Services > Eye Treatment

Cataract Treatment

Fill the quantity to get latest price!
Contact SellerAsk for best deal
Get Latest PriceRequest a quote

What is cataract Cataract is one of the most common diseases of the eye that affects a sizable section of the world’s population. Although most cataracts appear in patients above 40 years of age, paediatric cataract is not a rare phenomenon either. So what exactly is cataract and how does it affect the eyes Here’s all the information you’ll need.
Cataract - Is it because of your parents, your lifestyle or just bad karma Cataract is a disease that affects the lens of the eye. The human lens, like the lens of a camera, focusses light on the retina (the camera film). Typically, the human lens contains soluble proteins and water that are arranged in a specific pattern to give the lens its transparent nature. It is this transparency that enables light to pass through and focus on the retina, to be picked up by the optic nerve to form an image of what you see. As we grow old, the proteins start clumping together and clouding the lens, and this is called Cataract. Besides ageing, cataract can also develop due to exposure to UV rays, injury, prolonged use of certain medications etc.
Did you know In earlier days, cataract was considered as a wrath of the Gods and seemed to have a direct connection with one’s karma. In fact, there are quite a few African countries that still believe so and engage in age-old and unsafe practices like couching to remove cataract.
Cataract symptoms - common signs you just can’t missThe symptoms of cataract largely depend on the type of cataract that’s developing in the lens. Not all cataracts are alike. While for some people, it develops in the center of the lens others could develop it around the lens’ periphery while few others might have it at the back of their lens. Some of the most common symptoms, however, are blurry/clouded vision, sensitivity to bright light, dull appearance of colours, change in spectacle prescription, etc. In case of paediatric cataract, you’ll find that the kid does not react well to light or colourful objects. If you notice one or more of these symptoms, please visit your eye doctor and get a check-up done immediately.

View Complete Details

DR Agarwal's Eye Hospital

Aundh, Pune, Maharashtra
View Mobile Number
Call +91-8600252534
Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals
Contact Supplier

Product Description

What is cataract?Cataract is one of the most common diseases of the eye that affects a sizable section of the world’s population. Although most cataracts appear in patients above 40 years of age, paediatric cataract is not a rare phenomenon either. So what exactly is cataract and how does it affect the eyes? Here’s all the information you’ll need.
Cataract - Is it because of your parents, your lifestyle or just bad karma?Cataract is a disease that affects the lens of the eye. The human lens, like the lens of a camera, focusses light on the retina (the camera film). Typically, the human lens contains soluble proteins and water that are arranged in a specific pattern to give the lens its transparent nature. It is this transparency that enables light to pass through and focus on the retina, to be picked up by the optic nerve to form an image of what you see. As we grow old, the proteins start clumping together and clouding the lens, and this is called Cataract. Besides ageing, cataract can also develop due to exposure to UV rays, injury, prolonged use of certain medications etc.
Did you know?In earlier days, cataract was considered as a wrath of the Gods and seemed to have a direct connection with one’s karma. In fact, there are quite a few African countries that still believe so and engage in age-old and unsafe practices like couching to remove cataract.
Cataract symptoms - common signs you just can’t missThe symptoms of cataract largely depend on the type of cataract that’s developing in the lens. Not all cataracts are alike. While for some people, it develops in the center of the lens others could develop it around the lens’ periphery while few others might have it at the back of their lens. Some of the most common symptoms, however, are blurry/clouded vision, sensitivity to bright light, dull appearance of colours, change in spectacle prescription, etc. In case of paediatric cataract, you’ll find that the kid does not react well to light or colourful objects. If you notice one or more of these symptoms, please visit your eye doctor and get a check-up done immediately.
Interested in this service?Get Latest Price from the seller
Contact Seller

Product Image

Cataract Treatment

About the Company

Nature of BusinessNursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals
IndiaMART Member SinceJul 2016
Send your enquiry to this supplier
I agree to the terms and privacy policy

Seller Contact Details

Manager

No.127,Plot 7,Lotus Court
Aundh
Pune - 411007, Maharashtra, India

View Mobile No.
Call +91-8600252534
Send SMS
Send Email
Save time! Get Best Deal
Tell us what you
need
Receive seller
details
Seal the deal
Pay with IndiaMART
Save time! Get Best Deal
I agree to the terms and privacy policy
X
Hi
I agree to the terms and privacy policy
Verifying...
1

Have a requirement?
Get Best Price

Hi
I agree to the terms and privacy policy
Verifying...
1

Have a requirement?
Get Best Price