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Posterior polar cataract
What are causes of posterior polar cataract at young age of 20-30 years and what are its after surgery precautions or complications in daily routine life?
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Hello. Posterior polar cataract is very unique subset of lens opacity i.e Cataract. It may be genetic or spontaneous in nature. If the cataract surgery is uneventful, no extra precautions is required from your side. In case of any specific precautions, your operating surgeon will guide you in the postoperative period. Thank you!
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