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Cataracts And Driving

Cataracts And Driving

Eye Conditions And Driving Driving When You Have Cataracts For people, driving represents freedom, control and competence. Driving enables people to get to the places they want to go and to see the people they want to see when they want. Driving is a complex skill. Cataracts and driving October Some medical and eyesight conditions may affect the ability to drive safely. VicRoads Medical Review aims to support drivers to drive at any so long as they are medically fit…

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Driving With Cataracts

Driving With Cataracts

Driving With Cataracts. Ask an Ophthalmologist Answers The surgery has a high rate of complications. Your eye will be numbed with special drops. Researchers found that old cells from the lens, after it is broken up and removed from the capsule, may remain on the epithelium of the capsule and begin to grow at the back. Main article: Cataract surgery Cataract surgery, using a temporal-approach phacoemulsification probe in right hand and “chopper” in left hand being done under operating microscope…

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Cataracts And Driving

Cataracts And Driving

Cataracts And Driving. What are cataracts? Driving and cataracts If you have cataracts, it could affect your ability to drive. Early on, you may be able to make small changes to manage your cataracts. What are the types of cataracts? Credit: DR P. If there are concerns regarding cataracts, an optometrist or GP may refer you to an ophthalmologist a specialist eye doctor to consider further investigation and possibly surgery. The incidence is increasing over time in a somewhat linear…

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