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Cataracts Treatment: An Overview of Pediatric Cataracts

Among South Carolina Ophthalmologists, Dr. Edward Wilson performs at least 100 cataract treatment surgeries a year, and in some cases on patients as young as 4-6 weeks old, to remove the cataract. Dr. Wilson explains how the cataract can develop, how a delay in diagnosis can affect the eye, the importance of using a patch following the surgery, and recommends partnering with the child’s pediatrician and the Storm Eye Institute at MUSC if surgery is needed.

Learn more about South Carolina ophthalmologists at MUSC and the cataracts treatment they offer now.

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 Health Topics:
 »Age-Appropriate Vision Milestones
 »Anatomy of Eye
 »Cataract and Cataract Surgery
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 »Advances in Refractive Surgery
 »Andrew S. Eiseman, M.D. Physician Profile
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