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Eyes obfuscated by cataract might one day be cured with drops instead of surgery, another creature study proposes. Today, surgery is the foremost method for treating cataract, the main source of visual impairment on the planet. Specialists eliminate shady lenses and supplant them with simulated lenses. However, analysts have found that a natural compound called lanosterol can improve vision by dissolving the clustered proteins that frame cataract. An affirmed and viable treatment for the condition is surgery which incorporates supplanting the impeded lens or the obfuscated lens with another one made of plastic. In situations where these substitutions can't totally cure the condition, the vision is then redressed by utilizing spectacles and contact lenses. Aside from the surgery and utilization of contact lenses there are a limited medication that can be applied to treat cataract and enhance the vision.

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