[Cataract in persons over 90 years old].
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Jan 01, 2004
1. Advance in years is not a contradiction for cataract extraction. 2. Cataract surgery improved visual acuity: to far in 89,7%, to near in 71,8% - comparing with preopertive status. 3. Restoration of visual function, especially in persons with severe visual acuity reduction, has good impact on psychological status of patients. 4. Accurate perioperative care protects patients from serious systemic complications.
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