Cataracts - Diagnosis

Cataracts are easily diagnosed by any eye specialist. They can often be detected before a patient is aware of vision problems. The most direct diagnosis is made by shining a light into the patient's eyes. Color changes or cloudiness are often visible if a cataract is developing.

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