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Published on May 8, 2019
Normally, the eye's lens is clear, allowing light rays to pass through and focus as they should on the retina. As a cataract forms, the lens gradually becomes cloudy. As light passes through this cloudy lens, the light cannot focus on the retina and objects become hazy or blurred. Learn more here: https://www.communityeyecenter.com/ca...