List clinical features of acquired cataracts.
Clinical features usually develop gradually (especially in the case of age-related cataracts) and depend on the localization and cause(s) of lens clouding.
Reduced visual acuity: blurred, clouded, or dim vision, especially at night
Impaired vision: painless, often bilateral
Glare: in daylight, in low sunlight, and from car headlights; associated with halos around lights
Second sight: a temporary improvement in near vision; especially in patients with nuclear cataracts
Monocular diplopia: double vision that disappears when the affected eye is covered or shut
Change in color perception
Age-related cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss in older adults and can significantly affect quality of life
List clinical features of congenital cataracts.
Congenital cataracts manifest differently than acquired cataracts.
Delay in motor skill development