Which part of the eye gets affected if someone is suffering from cataract? How is it treated? - Science

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Which part of the eye gets affected if someone is suffering from cataract? How is it treated?

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In people (particularly old aged) suffering from cataract, the eye lens becomes clouded. Cataract is treated by replacing the opaque lens with a new artificial lens.

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Chapter 16: Light - Short Answer Questions [Page 95]

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NCERT Exemplar Science Class 8
Chapter 16 Light
Short Answer Questions | Q 19. | Page 95

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