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Congenital cataract

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Congenital cataract

a cataract or clouding or the lens of the eye, that occurs in the foetus at some time during pregnancy. Children with downs syndrome and galactosaemia have an increased incidence of congenital cataracts.

treatment includes cataract removal and the insertion of an artificial lens.