Clinical characteristics, course, and visual prognosis of partial cataracts that seem to be visually insignificant in children
Journal of AAPOS,  Clinical Article

Choi J et al. – Most patients with partial cataracts that seemed to be visually insignificant and were treated without surgery did not progress and showed favorable visual outcomes. In children who had progressive vision loss, surgery was necessary: these patients also had favorable visual outcomes.

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